Define the concept of “placenta.” What role does the placenta play in fetal development?

The placenta is a child’s place, an overgrown outer membrane of the embryo and a modified uterine membrane with blood vessels.
Through the placenta, the fetus receives oxygen, nutrients, antibodies from the mother’s blood, gives off carbon dioxide and metabolic products

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