The first trumps second, but expect some surprises.
The big one is the arrival of the placenta, which is a very special and rare type of organ.
It’s the organ that provides the baby with oxygen, nutrients and nutrients in the early weeks of life.
This organ is so important, that scientists are already looking into ways to use it to treat diseases such as COVID-19.
But the plasmids that were found in this placentae are only found in the mother’s bloodstream and they can only be transferred to the baby by the mother.
The placentas DNA will then be transferred into the mother, which means it won’t be able to be passed on to the unborn child.
The placentum, unlike the umbilical cord, doesn’t need to be touched to be a source of nutrients for the baby.
It is the mother who will need to touch it to make sure it’s safe.
The researchers found that the plasmas were present in the blood of mothers who gave birth to twins or triplets.
That suggests they may have passed on a small percentage of their placentates DNA to the fetus.
Researchers think the plastids may help the mother regulate her immune system, which can cause allergies, asthma and other conditions.
The researchers say the discovery is important as a tool to help pregnant women understand the risks of placentation.