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developing brain

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Question Answer
AProsencephalon
BTelencephalon
CCerebral hemispheres
DLateral ventricles
EDiencephalon
FThalami,etc
G3rd ventricle
HMesencephalon
IMidbrain
JRhombencephalon
KMetencephalon
LPons
MCerebellum
NAqueduct
OMyeloencephalon
PMedulla
Q4th ventricle
RSpinal cord
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genital homologues

ABCD
Question Answer
AGenital tubercle→glans penis,corpus cavernosum and spongiosum (males, DHT) in women→glans clitoris,vestibular bulbs
BUrogenital sinus→ bulbourethral glands of cowper and prostate in males. Greater vestibule glands (bartholin glands) and urethral and paraurethral glands (skene) in women
CUrogenital folds - Ventral shaft of penis in males, Labia minora in females
DLabioscrotal swelling - scrotum in males, labia majora in females
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branchial apparatus

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Question Answer
APrimitive pharynx
BPrimitive esophagus
Cpouch (comes from endoderm)
DEpicardial ridge
ECleft (come from ectoderm)
F1st pharyngeal arch (mesoderm) - derivatives innervated by CNV2 and V3 - chewing
G2nd phayngeal arch(mesoderm) - innervated by CNVII - facial expression
H3rd pharyngeal arch(mesoderm) - innervated by CNIX - stylopharyngeus
I4th pharyngeal arch(mesoderm) innervated by CN X - swallowing
JCN V
K CNVII
LCNIX
MCNX
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Question Answer
ANormal
BSpina bifida occulta
CMeningocele
DMyelomeningocele
ESkin
FDura
GMeninges
HSpinal cord
ITransverse process
JTuft of hair
KSubarachnoid space
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Aortic arch derivatives

ACBDE
Question Answer
A3rd - common carotid and proximal internal carotid
B4th - on left aortic arch
C4th - on right - proximal R subclavian artery
D6th - proximal pulm arteries
E6th - on left, ductus arteriosus and proximal pulm arteries
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fetal circulation

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Question Answer
ASVC
BPulm artery
CForamen ovale (becomes fossa ovalis)
DRA
ERV
FPortal vein
GUmbilical vein (becomes ligamentum teres hepatis)
HUmbilical arteries (become mediaL umbilical ligament)
IInternal iliacs
JDuctus venosus (becomes ligamentum venosum)
Kaorta
LLeft ventricle
MLeft atrium
NDuctus arteriosus
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EAGFBCHD
Question Answer
AMuscular ventricular septum forms
BOpening is called interventricular foramen
CAV canals (future site of valves)
DMuscular ventricular septum
EAorticopulmonary septum divides TA into aortic and pulmonary trunks
FAorticopulmonary septum
GAorticopulmonary septum meets and fuses with muscular ventricular septum to form membranous interventricular septum, closing interventricular foramen
HMembranous ventricular septum
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Question Answer
AAmnion
BMaternal blood
CFetal vein
DFetal artery
EBranch Villus
FCytotrophoblast
GSyncytiotrophoblast
IMaternal artery
JDecidua basalis
KMaternal vein
LUmbilical artery
MUrachus
NAmniotic epithelium
OUmbilical artery
PUmbilical vein
QWhartons jelly
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Question Answer
AFertilization
BZygote
CMorula
DBlastocyst
EImplantation
FEndometrium
GUterine wall
HNeural plate
INotochord
JNeural crest
KNeural tube
LNeural crest cells
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