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Pre natal development can be defined as the development of a baby from the fertilzation upto the delivery(life span in womb or uterus of mother)
Its divided into three stages,
1.germinal stage, from fertilization to the implantation of the zygote.
2.Embryonic stage,from 2nd week to 8th week of development.
3.Fetal stage,3rd week to the delivery of baby.
Study different developmental changes in each stage.
Environmental effect on baby.
Its considerd the enviroment of mother during this period of development(pre natal development)
1.health state of mother
2.nutrition of mother
3.Alcoholism(if a mother drinks)
etc.
This question is meticulously addressed in feldman.
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Embryonic stage commences from 9th week and lasts upto delivery of the neonate.
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Embryonic stage commences from 9th week and lasts upto delivery of the neonate.
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2007 describe characteristic of growth, development and maturation in the light of methods of developmental psychology?
2006 discus the growth, maturation and learning is considered important to our understanding of human development ?

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I have 1 more confusion

Growth is limited by hereditary character , do development and maturation are also limited by hereditary?

Do maturation effect by exogenous factor?

can we say development and maturation is a form of motion?

at which age maturation starts and end at which age?

growth is mostly by multiplication of cell (mitosis) can we say mitosis also occur in development?



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thats fetal period 9th week to delivery of neonate.

yes like growth,maturation and development are affected by hereditary.....say for example,in klinefelters syndrome sexual organs do not develop.its means seuxal maturity could not occur due to hereditary disease.
For example,few people are born without organ or part of an organ.it means that organ or part an organ could not develop due to any genetic abnormality.

yes exogenous factors can affect maturation.

Its one of the characteristics of growth and development that both are dynamic processes.so,it can be said these experience motion.

maturation is a continuous process.It may continue in one organ and end in other.Thouroughly,its goes on throughout life.eg blood cells are replenished in every 120days and newly synthesized will under go maturation prior to blood circulation.
Growth and development are outcome of mitosis.Mitosis occurs in both processes.

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thats fetal period 9th week to delivery of neonate.

yes like growth,maturation and development are affected by hereditary.....say for example,in klinefelters syndrome sexual organs do not develop.its means seuxal maturity could not occur due to hereditary disease.
For example,few people are born without organ or part of an organ.it means that organ or part an organ could not develop due to any genetic abnormality.

yes exogenous factors can affect maturation.

Its one of the characteristics of growth and development that both are dynamic processes.so,it can be said these experience motion.

maturation is a continuous process.It may continue in one organ and end in other.Thouroughly,its goes on throughout life.eg blood cells are replenished in every 120days and newly synthesized will under go maturation prior to blood circulation.
Growth and development are outcome of mitosis.Mitosis occurs in both processes.

i'll reply remaining two questions in outline form bc these require lot of time to be answered in detail.
production destruction of blood cells is maturation process?

nw i am confuse what is maturation?
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Dont confuse urself.
Blood cells are formed and after that they will undergo maturation process.A mature rbc matlb jo b genetic traits hen wo usmen zaher hojaenge.
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