Important concepts in developmental biology, Biology

DEFINITIONS

Embryology - Study of embryo is called as embryology. Zygote to emrbyo in uterus

Developmental biology - Study of pre natal period & post natal period is called as developmental biology.

Embryonic period/pre natal period - This period complete in female uterus or eggs.

Post embryonic period/ post natal period - After birth till to natural death

Ontogenetic development - Development of zygote to adult organism is called as ontogenic development.

Phylogenetic development- It is an evolutionary process in it origin of individual is studied from its ancesters.

Embryogenesis- If ontogenetic development through sexual reproduction or fertilized egg i.e. zygote called as embryogenesis. Sexual body is oozoid.

Blastogenesis - The development of new individual from asexual reproduction called as blastogenesis. Asexual body is blastema and developing animal is called blastozooid.

 

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