Note: Figure figures relate to Sadler, 9th version. Numbers in 10th version are one chapter more complex. For example, Fig. 1.13 in the edition that is 9th Fig. 2.13 in the tenth.
1. To explain the growth for the gonads in men and women.
2. To know about the growth associated with the duct that is reproductive.
3. To examine the hereditary and control that is endocrine of dedication.
Even though the hereditary intercourse regarding the embryo is set at fertilization, all embryos look morphologically exactly the same until about seven months in utero. Continue reading