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1. The ____ gland produces melatonin, a hormone that may regulate wake/sleep patterns. (1 point) pineal pituitary adrenal thyroid 2. Fertilization usually takes place in the _____ after which the embryo will embed into the _______. (1 point) uterus; vagina oviduct; uterus ovary; cervix vagina; uterus 3. The developing embryo receives nutrients and oxygen from the mother's ____, which passes to the baby from the _______. (1 point) ovaries; placenta oviduct; umbilical cord blood; placenta lymph; amniotic fluid

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