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Human Genetics & Embryology

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Correlative embryology is a branch of embryology. It is used to compare and contrasts embryos of different species.Correlative embryology is used to show how all animals are related. Many things are compared, whether or not the organism has a notochord or whether or not it has gill arches. All embryos pass from single cells to multi celled zygotes, clumps of cells called morulas and hallow balls of cells called blastula before they differentiate into organs and systems of body. Many components go into Comparative Embryology and about the developmental similarities between species can be taken from its study, which many conclusions can be drawn.

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Human Genetics and EmbryologyJournal of Molecular and Genetic MedicineBiology and MedicineJournal of Medicine Mcrobiology and Diagnosis, International Journal of Embryology, Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology, Anatomical Record Part A, The Discoveries in Molecular Cellular and Evolutionary Biology, Animal Reproduction, Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology, Applied Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Morphology

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