The young or embryo of a vertebrate animal in the womb, or in the egg; often restricted to the later stages in the development of viviparous and oviparous animals. showing the main recognizable features of the mature animal, embryo being applied to the earlier stages.
latter stages of the developing young of an animal; in humans, the developing organism in utero from the beginning of the third month to birth
An animal in the later stage of development before birth. In humans, the fetal stage is the from the end of the third month until birth.
the unborn young of an animal while still in the uterus or egg, especially in its later stages and specifically, in humans, from about the eighth week after conception until birth.
In mammals, description of development following the embryonic period (see fetal period above).
the developing human between the start of the 3rd month of gestation and birth.
The latter stages of an embryo that is still contained in an egg or uterus; in humans, the unborn young from the eighth week of pregnancy to the moment of birth.
A term used to describe the unborn baby in utero after it enters the fetal period, from about Week 12 in the Diary to birth.
a stage of development that extends from the third month of human development until birth
Once the embryo differentiates and begins to take on identifiable humanlike organic form, it is termed a fetus; the fetal stage of development usually begins around the eighth week of pregnancy.
Unborn or unhatched vertebrate, especially one that has attained the basic structure of its kind; a developing human, usually from three months after conception until birth.
A human embryo before birth.
the name given to the baby from the eighth week of pregnancy to delivery
Unborn offspring after major structures have been outlined, in man seven to eight weeks after fertilization.
results from a developing embryo at about eight weeks when the embryo is somewhat human looking and the remaining development consists chiefly of growth and maturation.
the product of conception from implantation until delivery.
In humans, the product of conception after the end of the eighth week of pregnancy to the moment of birth.
The developing unborn child from the 12th week of pregnancy until the date of delivery.
stage in development, from week 10 to week 40. See Fetal page.
After the first eight weeks the developing human becomes a fetus. This is the period of fastest growth in a lifetime.
The name given to a growing baby after 8 weeks of development; before 8weeks, the developing baby is called an embryo.
The term used for an embryo after the eighth week of development until birth.
The name given to an embryo after it has developed organs.
The unborn young of a viviparous vertebrate having a basic structural resemblance to the adult animal.
the developing mammal in utero; in Man, after the 2nd month in utero, adjective - foetal or fetal.
the unborn child in the womb during the later part of pregnancy.
The stage of development of a human baby in the uterus from the third month until it is born.
Postembryonic unborn. From the seventh or eighth week of gestation.
An unborn baby after 8 weeks of development is called a fetus.
An unborn baby. The product of conception from the time the embryo is fully formed (from head to limbs - about 8 weeks from the last menstrual period) - until delivery. Sometimes spelt foetus.
An unborn baby after the first eight weeks of gestation
Baby growing inside the mother
(FEE-tuhs) The early developmental stage from eight weeks after fertilization to the time of birth.
Eight weeks after fertilization an embryo grows into a FETUS. It is an unborn baby. It doesn't eat or breathe inside the mother. At birth a FETUS becomes a baby. A FETUS makes its own blood. It does not use its mother's. This is one reason why all mothers with HIV do not automatically give HIV to their baby.
The unborn baby as it is developing during pregnancy.
The child in utero from about the seventh to ninth week of gestation until birth.
term referring to the pig during the last two-thirds of its developmental time before birth
in humans, the unborn young from the end of the eighth week of pregnancy to the moment of birth
The name given to the embryo after the 8th week. Technically this name should be used until the baby is completely outside of the mother's body
The developmental stage lasting from the start of the third developmental month to delivery.
the unborn baby from its second month of development until its birth.
The developing baby from two months of pregnancy until birth.
unborn baby after the second month of development.
a term for a developing human usually ranging from three months after conception to birth.
an unborn or unhatched vertebrate in the later stages of development showing the main recognizable features of the mature animal
a baby as much as a tumor is
a baby, at least at some point
a baby, no matter what it resembles
a blob of tissue and is not a human
a developing clump of cells that is not fully alive as a person or a thinking being
a developing human being
a developing human life loved passionately by the mother who wants it, and a pregnant woman's emotional bonding with her child is unlike any other human experience
a fertilized cell which has the potential of becoming a baby
a form of human life
a fully-formed unique individual with its own genetic code from the moment of conception
a human at the fetal stage
a human being and has the right to life
a human being, and is therefore possessed of rights
a human being and worthy of constitutional protection
a human being, but not an independent one, and so it does not necessarily deserve all of the protections which independent human beings are accorded
a human being from the moment of conception
a human being -granted, in a fragile stage, but none the less, human
a human embryo at eight weeks of development
a human life and therefore abortion is murder because it deliberately ends that life" can still "support" abortion in cases of rape or incest
a living being called a baby not tissue or a parasite
a living soul and abortion is murder
an early-stage growing, developing, complete, unique animal requiring only what we all require, care and feeding
an individual human as much just as I much as I am
an innocent human being
an innocent life, and a convicted criminal has been judged guilty of his crimes by a jury of his peers
an innocent person
an organism in the later stages of development prior to birth
an unborn offspring after the first eight weeks since conception
a perfectly natural human state
a person, and the state must protect that life by banning abortion
a person for all purposes under the laws of this state from the moment of conception
a single human
(Incorrect spelling â€˜foetusâ€(tm) - see http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/content/full/315/7102/0/h) A stage of development (after embryo stage) when all organs have been formed. In humans, lasts from nine weeks after fertilisation until birth. (cf. embryo)
The intrauterine unborn infant.
The postembryonic stages of development from embryo to developed organism, usually ending at parturition.
The embryo in the uterus from the third month of pregnancy
the stage of prenatal development from when the major organs form (after about day 45 of pregnancy in cattle) to birth.
the term used for the developing organism once significant cellular differentiation has occurred.
A baby growing in the woman's uterus.
The unborn young of animals (usually vertebrates) which give birth to living offspring.
The term for the baby from the beginning of the 9th week of pregnancy to the time of birth.
A baby growing in a womanâ€™s uterus.
Term applied to the unborn offspring from the date of conception until the completion of pregnancy.
A developing human, usually defined as three months after conception to birth. Follows the embryo or embryonic stage.
Defined in the Assisted Human Reproduction Act as a human organism during the period of its development beginning on the 57th day following fertilization or creation, excluding any time during which its development has been suspended, and ending at birth.
The stage of human development lasting from the end of the third month of pregnancy until birth.
The medical term used to describe the stage of prenatal development from 8 weeks after conception until delivery. Other commonly used terms include: unborn baby, unborn child, offspring.
The embryo from the beginning of week 9 to birth.
fee-tus After an embryo has grown all its organs, it is a fetus. This is usually after about 10 weeks.
an organism in the stage of development that follows the embryonic stage; in humans, an unborn baby from the eighth week of pregnancy to birth.
the baby while still in the uterus.
The human unborn organism from the ninth week up until birth.
An unborn offspring after the first eight weeks of gestation.
Unborn baby from 9 weeks after it is formed until it is born
A stage of pre-natal mammalian development which (in humans) extends from 9 weeks after fertilization until birth.
Pronunciation: (FEET-us) Refers to the developing embryo during the period of approximately seven to eight weeks after conception until birth.
The human being from 8 weeks after conception to birth.
The developing baby from the end of the eighth week of pregnancy until birth
The term used to refer to an unborn child from 8 weeks after fertilization to birth.
The baby developing in the uterus from the second month of pregnancy until birth.
The name for a developing baby from the end of the eighth week after conception until birth.
an unborn vertebrate especially after its basic structure is formed
In medical terms, an embryo becomes a fetus at about the end of the seventh week of pregnancy, after major structures (head, torso, limbs) have formed
The developing baby from the second month of pregnancy until its birth. close window
a term that describes the developing baby from the end of the eighth week after conception to the moment of birth.
The stage of human prenatal development after the embryonic period, usually from the eighth week after conception to birth.
An unborn baby, from the beginning of the third month of pregnancy until birth.
The unborn offspring of an animal following the embryonic period, i.e., from 8 weeks after conception until birth.
Fedical term for the baby before it is born, ie when still in the uterus.
The unborn offspring from the eighth week after conception to the moment of birth.
a baby from the eighth week of development till birth.
the embryo after the end of the second month gestation
An infant developing in the uterus, from the third month to birth.
A developing human from usually two months after conception to birth.
The developing baby from the ninth week of pregnancy until the moment of birth.
The chick during the later development stages in the egg.
The unborn young in the later stages of development.
a human embryo in the mother's uterus Back
The developing cells in the uterus that will become a child.
a fertilized egg grows to form a fetus after seven or eight weeks of pregnancy
From the Latin for "young one", the prenatal child from approximately ten weeks gestation until birth. Preferred terminology by many Birthist Abortionites for its scientific correctness yet general unfamiliarity or strange quality which aids in dehumanizing their target population. Generally applied to any prenatal child regarded as a potential recipient of the Birthist sacrament of prenatal child-killing.
A preborn baby boy or girl from the beginning of the ninth week of life in the womb until birth.
The unborn young of an animal or human that is still inside the womb of the mother.
The stage of human development that follows the embryo; from about 7 to 8 weeks after fertilization until birth.
The product of conception from the end of the eighth week of pregnancy until birth or expulsion.
The unborn offspring from the end of the 8th week after conception (when the major structures have formed) until birth. Up until the eighth week, the developing offspring is called an embryo.
The unborn child from around eight weeks after conception (when all major organs are formed and it begins to resemble a human being) to the time of birth.
the term describing the period from the eighth week after conception when organs begin to form until birth
In the higher vertebrates, the complex stage of development that follows the completion of the embryonic stage until hatching or birth.
The stage in gestation following the embryonic stage. In humans, from about eight weeks until birth.
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The unborn offspring of any viviparous animal in the postembryonic period until birth.
The developing human organism after the embryo stage, from the tenth week of pregnancy to the moment of birth.
A developing embryo in utero.
The developing offspring from 7 to 8 weeks after conception until birth.
The stage of development following the embryo stage, from about the 8th week of pregnancy until birth.
The developing young in the uterus from the seventh week of gestation until birth.
The name given to a baby in utero from eight weeks of development until birth.
The name given to an unborn baby after the eighth week.
From 10 weeks onwards the baby is called a fetus. Before this the baby is called an embryo.
In humans, a â€˜fetusâ€™ refers to a developing baby, which has passed the embryonic stage (i.e. is older than 8 weeks) but has not yet been born.
A developing baby in the uterus
An unborn offspring from the end of the eighth week of conception until birth.
developing human from 12 weeks after conception until birth.
SDCL 34-23A-1 (2) and SDCL 34-25-1.1 (4) define fetus as "the biological offspring, including the implanted embryo or unborn child, of human parents." Gestational diabetes – a disorder in which the body has problems using carbohydrates starting or first recognized during pregnancy.
The unborn human after the eighth week of pregnancy.
The developing offspring in the uterus, generally for the second month of pregnancy to birth; during the first two months of development, it is called an embryo.
When the developing embryo shows the major physical characteristics of humansâ€”characteristics such as arms, legs, hands, torso, and faceâ€”it is called a fetus. The fetus is the human being developing in the uterus after the embryo stage (after about the eighth week of life).
1) Legally, refers to the developing organism from the completion of implantation in the uterus to the time of birth. 2) In medical terms, refers to the developing human from the end of the eighth week to birth. At the end of the eighth week, the embryo is 2.0-3.0 cm (0.8-1.2 in.) long and weighs 1-4.5 g (0.04-0.16 oz). The major organ systems (for example, the nervous and cardiovascular systems) and rudiments of limbs, fingers, and toes have formed.
the developing baby after eight weeks of pregnancy until delivery. Before eight weeks, it is called an embryo.
In humans, the developing organism from the end of the eighth week to the moment of birth.
An unborn human or animal.
In human beings, the unborn young from the eighth week of pregnancy to birth; an organism in the stage of development that follows the embryonic stage.
The stage of human development from 10 weeks' gestation until birth.
The name given to the unborn infant during the final stage of in utero development, usually from 12 weeks gestation to term.
Young mammal within the uterus of the mother from the visible completion of characteristic organogenesis until birth: in humans, this period is usually defined as from the third month after fertilisation until birth (prior to this, the young mammal is referred to as an embryo). RT embryo. Oxford English Dictionary, 1991
The name given to the baby in the womb from eight weeks until birth.
An organism at a later stage of development. In humans, the developing organism from the start of the ninth week of development to the moment of birth.
The baby in utero, after 8 weeks of pregnancy until delivery. (Before then, it's considered an embryo.) The word fetus means "young one." (Derivative: fetal)
Term for an unborn baby from the end of the 8th week after conception until birth.
A term used to refer to a baby during the period of gestation between eight weeks and term.
The developing human being from the end of the eighth week of pregnancy to birth.
The unborn child developing in the uterus.
An advanced state of prenatal development, between the embryonic stage and birth; in humans, 16 or more weeks of development.
an unborn baby from the eighth week after fertilization until delivery.
A fetus (or foetus, or fÅ“tus) is a developing mammal or other viviparous vertebrate, after the embryonic stage and before birth. The plural is fetuses or, very rarely, foeti.