Miracle in Cell No. 7 - Wikipedia

A sequel to one of the most popular NOVAs of all time, "Miracle of Life," this Emmy Award-winning program tracks human development from embryo to newborn using the extraordinary microimagery of Swedish photographer Lennart Nilsson.

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The sperm's 23 chromosomes stretch out in the roomy, welcoming egg. Thechromosomes of sperm and egg approach each other and then the celldivides.

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On rare occasions, the tiny cluster of cells splits into two groups andcreates two embryos—identical twins. But most of the time the cells sticktogether. They must complete just the right number of cell divisions beforethey arrive in the uterus about five days after fertilization. What started asa large single cell has divided into just over a hundred much smaller cells,but they're still trapped within the hard shell of the zona.

This is the power of genes, creating cascades of chemical reactions, definingthe form and function of all the cells in your body.

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SRY turns on for a day or two, and the cells churn out its protein. But inthat short time, SRY sets off a chemical chain reaction, turning on othergenes, eventually turning the gonads into testicles, which begin to maketestosterone. Testosterone travels throughout the body. If it reaches thegenitals then the cells here will build a penis.

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Of course there is one way to tell the difference: look at the chromosomes ina cell from the embryo. One pair among the 23 determines sex. An embryo withtwo X chromosomes usually becomes a girl. If one of those Xs is a Y, it willmost likely be a boy.

(For detailed information see Harun Yahya, The Miracle in the Cell.)

Chemicals in one cell can trigger a reaction in the cell next door that canspread to the cell's nucleus and turn genes on or off. But what's really goingon in there? How does a gene get turned on?

Three separate teams overcome a biomedical hurdle: creating stem cells without the use of human embryos.

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For in fact it is now in very grave danger. Stripped of its protectivecoating, the blastocyst could be attacked by the mother's immune system as aforeign invader. White blood cells would swarm in to devour it. In its ownself-defense, the ball of cells produces several chemicals that suppress themother's immune system inside the uterus, in effect, convincing the mother totreat it like a welcome guest.

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How does this happen? How does the embryo transform itself from a blob ofcells into different tissues and organs, and finally into a fully functionalbaby?

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In the sixth month, genes in the brain order the manufacture of a fattysubstance called "myelin," which wraps around the long connections betweenbrain cells. This fatty covering allows nerve impulses to travel up to 100times faster, greatly enhancing brainpower. The process will continue for yearsafter the baby is born.