When ” Human Embryonic ‘Development ” was first known by man?

Question by Abdulhaq: When ” Human Embryonic ‘Development ” was first known by man?

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Answer by monavyas15
In 1914 by Franklin P. Mall

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How do people who reject evolution explain the telomeric region in the middle of human chromosome #2?

Question by Dreamstuff Entity: How do people who reject evolution explain the telomeric region in the middle of human chromosome #2?
The analogous chromosomes (2p and 2q) in the non-human great apes can be shown, when laid end to end, to create an identical banding structure to the human chromosome 2. The remains of the sequence that the chromosome has on its ends (the telomere) is found in the middle of human chromosome 2 where the ancestral chromosomes fused.

The detail of this region (pre-telomeric sequence, telomeric sequence, reversed telomeric sequence, pre-telomeric sequence) is exactly what we would expect from a fusion, and the this telomeric region is exactly where one would expect to find it if a fusion had occurred in the middle of human chromosome 2.

Before it was found, scientists predicted that this pattern would be found – because of evolution.

How do people who reject evolution explain the contents and location of this sequence, and the fact that the prediction that it would be found was validated?
Bryce, it seems you do not understand the details of the question.

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Answer by Richard
This question belongs in the biology section. Why are you on religion and spirituality? Are you a drooling, brainwashed troll?

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