Subject: How is the DNA interpreted when a fetus is forming?
Date: Sat Aug 28 18:00:43 1999
Posted by Noam
Grade level: 10-12
School: No school entered.
City: Jerusalem State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Development
When I think of DNA I think of a big chalkboard full of arrows and
illustrations of how the baby should look in the end. How are these
instructions actually INREPRETED into the forming of a baby. Since there
isn't a controlling organ in chrage of creating the fetus (that I know of)
how do the cells know how much to divide and to which sections?
Re: How is the DNA interpreted when a fetus is forming?
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