Appendix 2
The Development of the Unborn Child's Body





The facial primordia begin to appear.
Early in 4th week after fertilization Moore, p 236
The face is developing. Day 30 after fertilization Sadler, front pages
The face is forming. During the 2nd month Sadler, p 106
The face is unmistakably human. 2nd month after conception Rugh, p 54
The face begins to look human. 5th week after conception Rugh, p 45
The face becomes fuller and starts to look human. Day 48 after conception Rugh, p 51
The rudiment of the face is created. Days 49-63 Larsen, p 230
The face is more human-like. Days 50-56 after fertilization Sadler, p 110
The face appears to be quite human. Day 56 after conception Rugh p 53
Facial development mostly occurs. 4th - 8th weeks after fertilization Moore, p 236
By the end of the 8th week after conception, the face clearly looks human. End of 8th week after fertilization Moore, p 239
The face has all the human characteristics. 12th week Sadler, p 116
The appearance is human. The eyes face anteriorly.The ears have almost reached their final position on the sides of the head. 16th week after fertilization Moore, p 113
The parts of the face that form first are the lower jaw and the lower lip. NAp Moore, p 239


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