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HD 101 Week 2 Notes

by: Emily Jones

HD 101 Week 2 Notes H_D 101 03

Emily Jones
Human Development Across the Lifespan
S Roeter

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There was no school on Monday so these are the Wednesday/Friday notes. We talked about prenatal growth and development and watch the "Miracle of Life" movie.
Human Development Across the Lifespan
S Roeter
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emily Jones on Monday January 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to H_D 101 03 at Washington State University taught by S Roeter in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see Human Development Across the Lifespan in Human Development at Washington State University.

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Date Created: 01/25/16
January 20 2016 HD 101 Section 3 Genetics Prenatal Development and Birth the blueprint for creating who we are and stores information We re made up of 0 25000 GenesDNA o 46 chromosomes 0 1 human cell our genetic code how our genes are expressed such as determining your eyes color Inherited and Genetic DisordersWhen Development Deviates Genetics dominant and recessive genes are passed down Gene Mutation spontaneous and random Environment mom s health home environment Nature and nurture both effect a child s intelligence not one outweighs the other Ways a child s predisoosition mav be effected Biological parents provide environments and genes to children Not forced goes with natural actions parents don t add into interest Parents notice child s special characteristicsinterests Parents then stimulate that interest o If the parents see the child likes art they will go buy art supplies for the child Children seek out certain environments interests and choose their own opportunities children genetically predisposed to seek out their own thing Prenatal Growth and Birth 1 Germinal Stage fertilization to 2 weeks 2 Embryonic Stage 2 weeks to 8 weeks 3 Fetal Stage 8 weeks to birth These are not like trimesters ldentical twins cannot be the same sex 1 egg splits into 2 zygotes Fraternal twins may have a male and female 2 separate sperm and egg fertilize into 2 different zygotes On January 22 we watched quotThe Miracle of Lifequot movie


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