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The Biology of Prenatal Development presents human prenatal development throughout all 38 weeks of pregnancy, emphasizing the first eight weeks (the embryonic period) when all body systems and more than 90 percent of body parts emerge and begin to function.
This award-winning science documentary features rare imagery of the living human embryo and fetus, while growing inside the womb. Produced in conjunction with and endorsed by human development experts, this DVD combines facts gleaned from the medical literature with images produced from six different imaging technologies.
This visually compelling program is intended for general audiences and may be shown in public settings (but not broadcast or shown in theaters). It communicates an unparalleled visual appreciation of early human development.
|Running Time:||42 minutes plus credits & endorsements|
|Ages:||12 and above|
|Subtitles:||English, Spanish, and French|
|Additional Content:||PDF of program script, footnotes, bibliography, appendices, and index; PDF files with program script in Spanish and French; Closed captioned in English for the hearing impaired|
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Apparently, science has a Pro-Life bias.
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Posted by Melissa on 17th Aug 2011
The film is a wealth of information. As an expectant mom, I wanted to know everything that is going on with my new baby - I only wish my belly had a viewer's window! Well, this documentary gave me the next best thing: a detailed look at what happens in those amazing days, weeks, and months after a new human being is created at conception! It was amazing to watch the astounding and rapid progress a baby makes before birth. A wonderful documentary for anyone who is interested in prenatal science and, especially, for any mother awaiting the birth of her precious child!
Posted by Eli on 21st Jul 2011
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