Difference between Embryo and Fetus?


An embryo is an egg that is fertilized. An embryo then turns into a fetus in the eighth week of development. The difference is that an embryo is the first stage of the life cycle, before the fetus.
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The difference between a embryo and a fetus is that the fetus is a fully developed embryo and a embryo takes up to 8 weeks to develop into a fetus.
An embryo is the developing fertilized egg until week 8 of
The embryo is less mature. The stage after the fertilization of the egg that precedes the development into a fetus is an embryo.
All three terms refer to the individual developing within the uterus of a woman following conception. Fertilization between sperm and ovum produces a zygote, a single cell consisting
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Difference Between a Fetus & an Embryo
The development of human life is miraculous and complicated. The embryo and the fetus are stages in this development. They are often confused with one another but they are different in respect to when they develop and what occurs in each stage. Embryonic... More »
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