How do nutrients travel from the mother to the fetus?
The placenta and the umbilical cord is the structure responsible for the fetus receiving nutrients from it's mother.
The placenta and umbilical cord is the structure responsible for the fetus receiving nutrients from its mother.
They are transported from the placenta through the umbilical cord to the fetus.. The baby takes nutrients and oxygen from the mother's blood, which travel's through the umbil…ical cord to the baby
Though the umbilical cord that is connected with the plasma throught the process of diffusion
The umbilical cord.
Via the umbilical vein which connects to the placenta in the womb of the host mother.
Through the placenta and umbilical cord.
through placenta attached to the uterine wall of the uterus via umbilical cord
The nutrients are absorbed through the placenta by the foetus. The foetus gets the oxygen and nutrition from the mother. The blood of the mother and foetus comes very close to… each other in the placenta. Both are not mixed up. They are separated by very thin membrane. The surface area of the contact is very large as compared to the size of placenta.
The mother supplies all the fetus's needs through a blood vessel (Umbilical cord) from her placenta to the baby's belly. The connection to the belly is called the 'belly butto…n" or navel after the vessel drops off after birth.
From the yolc sac that's included in the egg.