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urethra epithelium development (GO:0061071)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
tube development +     
collecting duct development +   
common bile duct development +   
digestive tract development +   
embryonic heart tube development +   
endothelium development +   
epididymis development  
epithelial cell differentiation +   
epithelium regeneration +   
female urethra development 
heart rudiment development +  
kidney epithelium development +   
long descending thin limb bend development +  
lung epithelium development +   
male urethra development 
mammary gland epithelium development +   
mesonephric tubule development +   
metanephric part of ureteric bud development +   
metanephric tubule development +   
morphogenesis of an epithelium +   
nephric duct development +   
neural plate development +   
neural tube development +   
otic vesicle development +   
oviduct development +   
oviduct epithelium development +   
paramesonephric duct development  
pericardium development +   
prebend segment development +  
proximal convoluted tubule segment 1 development +  
proximal convoluted tubule segment 2 development +   
renal tubule development +   
respiratory tube development +   
retinal pigment epithelium development  
semicircular canal development +   
seminal vesicle epithelium development +   
seminiferous tubule development  
skin epidermis development +   
somite development +   
tube morphogenesis +   
ureter development +   
ureter part of ureteric bud development 
ureter urothelium development +   
urethra epithelium development 
The progression of the urethra epithelium over time from its initial formation to the mature structure. The urethra is a renal system organ that carries urine from the bladder to outside the body. The epithelium is the tubular, planar layer of cells through which the urine passes.

Definition Sources: GOC:dph

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