Definitions for "Umbilical Cord"
a tough, cordlike structure connecting the navel of a fetus to the placenta and serving to supply nourishment to, and remove waste from, the fetus.
connected to the placenta and provides the transfer of nutrients and waste between the woman and the fetus.
A cord of tissue connecting the fetus to the placenta that carries oxygen and nutrients to the fetus and transports waste products away. At birth, an umbilical cord, which contains two arteries and one large vein, can be as long as 4 feet.
Keywords:  parachute, part
Part of a parachute.