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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
abscission +   
acquisition of plant reproductive competence 
appendage development +   
cell competition in a multicellular organism  
cellularization +   
cuticle development +   
development of primary sexual characteristics +   
eclosion +  
embryo development +   
embryo implantation +   
female sex determination +   
female sex differentiation +   
fruit replum development 
fruit septum development 
fruit valve development 
gametophyte development +  
germ-line sex determination +   
hatching +   
instar larval or pupal development +  
larval development +  
The process whose specific outcome is the progression of the larva over time, from its formation to the mature structure. The larva is the early, immature form of an that at birth or hatching is fundamentally unlike its parent and must metamorphose before assuming the adult characters.
lateral root formation 
male sex determination +   
male sex differentiation +   
metamorphosis +  
negative regulation of post-embryonic development +  
pattern specification process +   
photomorphogenesis +  
polyphenic determination +  
positive regulation of post-embryonic development +  
post-embryonic animal morphogenesis +   
post-embryonic camera-type eye development +   
post-embryonic development +   
post-embryonic hemopoiesis +   
post-embryonic plant organ development +  
primary sex determination +   
processes downstream of sex determination signal +  
regulation of multicellular organismal development +   
regulation of post-embryonic development +  
reproductive shoot system development +  
seed development +  
seedling development +  
somatic sex determination +   
stomatal complex development +  
system development +   
thermomorphogenesis +  
tube development +   
vegetative phase change +  
vegetative to reproductive phase transition of meristem +  

Definition Sources: GOC:jid, ISBN:0877795088

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