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EASY QUESTION! The stage of human gestation from eight weeks after conception until birth of an infant is called a(an): Answers: embryo. zygote. fetus. ovum.
The stage of human gestation from eight weeks after conception until birth of an infant is called a fetus.
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The stage of human gestation from eight weeks after conception until birth of an infant is called a fetus.
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