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Embryo Gallery

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Choose from 378 pictures in our Embryo collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Human blastocyst Featured Print

Human blastocyst

Light micrograph of a human blastocyst, an early stage of embryonic development, photographed 4-5 days after fertilisation. The blastocyst consists of a hollow ball of cells with a localized thickening called the inner cell mass (bottom left), which ultimately develops into the actual embryo. The remainder of the blastocyst (the thin part of the ball ) is composed of trophoblast tissue. Analysis of trophoblast cells has provided a novel means of pre-natal screening for genetic disorders. Initially unattached, the blastocyst soon becomes implanted in the wall of the uterus

© ANDY WALKER, MIDLAND FERTILITY SERVICES/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Blastocyst in the uterus Featured Print

Blastocyst in the uterus

Blastocyst in the uterus, computer artwork. The blastocyst (right) is a ball of embryonic cells that is a stage in the development of a fertilised egg. This stage is formed before implantation into the wall of the uterus (the wall is seen at left). The blastocyst stage develops from the morula stage, and by now consists of more than 32 cells. Some differentiation has also occurred, with the outer layer of cells here being distinct from the inner cell mass and fluid-filled cavity (neither seen). These outer cells will form the placenta, while the inner cell mass will develop into the embryo

© David Mack/Science Photo Library

Telfairia pedata, oyster nut, queens nut Featured Print

Telfairia pedata, oyster nut, queens nut

Telfairia pedata, oyster nut, queen's nut, Zanzibar oil vine fruit in sections, seed, and embryo.. Illustration by WJ Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtis's The Botanical Magazine 1827

© Florilegius / Mary Evans

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