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Abnormal Cleavage

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Abnormal Cleavage?

The term abnormal cleavage refers to an incorrect division of blastomere cells. Instead of two, it results in the formation of three daughter cells from the mother blastomere cell. Embryos that undergo abnormal cleavage can have the incorrect number of chromosomes and fail to develop into the blastocyst stage.

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Abnormal Cleavage

The term abnormal cleavage refers to an incorrect division of blastomere cells. Instead of two, it results in the formation of three daughter cells from the mother blastomere cell. Embryos that undergo abnormal cleavage can have the incorrect number of chromosomes and fail to develop into the blastocyst stage.

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