Embryo or fetus plus the accompanying extraembryonic membranes.
endash; the entire structure generated from the zygote.
the product of fertilization; generic term for the totality of cells and fluids dervived from the fertilized ovum; the embryo arises as one component of the conceptus.
The early products of conception; the embryo and placenta.
A term used to describe the developing implanted embryo and/or early fetus.
The product of conception; a medical catch-all term for the zygote, fetus, or embryo.
The product of conception from fertilisation.
the product of conception. That is all the structures derived from the zygote and includes not only the embryo, but also the placental and membrane components formed from the conceptus. (More? Week 1 Notes)
(L. concepito, derivates of a zygote). Refers to the embryo and the associated membranes with the placenta.
a term used to describe the total "package" of the placenta and its membranes and the little one growing inside the placental sac.
any results of the union of a sperm and egg, from zygote to fetus
The fertilised ovum
The products of fertilisation, including embryo/foetus, chorionic sac and placenta.
Conceptus (latin is conceptio, derivatives of zygote) denotes the embryo and its adnexa (appendages or adjunct parts) or associated membranes (i.e. the products of conception) The conceptus includes all structures that develop from the zygote, both embryonic and extraembryonic. It includes the embryo as well as the embryonic part of the placenta and its associated membranes - amnion, chorionic (gestational sac), and yolk sac.