In 1828, Karl vonBaer proposed four laws of embryology. Baer’s laws describe the development of animal embryos. Baer’s laws of embryology provide the relationship to the development of different classes of organisms, and species diversification. Animal embryos show similarity in the way, chromosomes and their DNA show similarity. Gerald Edelman (Nobel Prize laureate) here presents his ideas on embryology in the modern era.
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