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Keith L. Moore is a professor emeritus in the division of anatomy (department of surgery), former Chair of anatomy from 1974 to 1984 and associate dean for Basic Medical Sciences (Faculty of Medicine) at the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Quran on Embryology
Historical background
The Sperm
Alalaqa (Leech - like-clot)
AlMudgha (Chewed- like lump of flesh)
The stage of bones
The stage of Muscles
The stage of Nash'ah
The stage of Labour
Conclusion
By: Dr. Sharif Al-Ghazal

The stage of muscles (clothing with flesh)

This stage is characterized with muscles encircling and tightly surrounding the bones. With the completion of clothing the bones with lahm (muscles and flesh), the human image starts to be more clear, as human parts are appropriately connected. After completion of myogenesis (muscle formation), the embryo can start to move.

A man came to the prophet, with a dead bones and ask him O Mohammed do you say that Allah (God) will bring me back to life after i become like this dead Bones. Then Allah (God) reply with this verse in the holy Qur'an:

Quran on Embryology
Historical background
The Sperm
Alalaqa (Leech - like-clot)
AlMudgha (Chewed- like lump of flesh)
The stage of bones
The stage of Muscles
The stage of Nash'ah
The stage of Labour
Conclusion
By: Dr. Sharif Al-Ghazal

The Stage of bones

Scientific facts:

During the 6th week, the cartilaginous skeleton starts to spread in the body (Figure 1).  Yet, we do not see the human image features except at the beginning of the 7th week (Figure 2), where the shape of the embryo takes the look of the skeleton.

Quran on Embryology
Historical background
The Sperm
Alalaqa (Leech - like-clot)
AlMudgha (Chewed- like lump of flesh)
The stage of bones
The stage of Muscles
The stage of Nash'ah
The stage of Labour
Conclusion
By: Dr. Sharif Al-Ghazal

Al Mudgha (chewed-like lump of flesh)

Scientific facts:

The embryo is transformed from the stage of alaqa to the beginning of the stage of mudgha on the 24th day to the 26th day, which is a very brief period if compared with the period of the nutfa changing to alaqa.

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