Biology
yoloshazabbes
2017-08-22 14:43:15
Which of the following explains why the likelihood of survival is low for a fetus born before 32 weeks? The fetus does not have fully developed lungs. The fetus cannot control its own body functions. The fetus is not able to store its own nutrients. The fetus has not undergone neurulation.
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caroline2
2017-08-22 15:23:39

I believe the answer would be A) the fetus does not have fully developed lungs. 32 weeks is too early for the fetus to have fully developed its lungs which can lead to Respiratory distress syndrome or other issues with breathing because of this. Hope this helped!

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