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After fertilization occurs, the dividing zygote gets pushed along the fallopian tube. After three to five days the zygote has about 100 cells and is called a blastula or blastocyst? And what is the difference between these two? My professor did not thoroughly explain this cycle and only referred to the cluster as a "blastula".

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  1. anonymous
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    they are used interchangeably. same thing

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    blasstula i the name of stage and blastocytes is refer to cell made in this stage

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    I agree with Heena Didi.

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