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seminal vesicle development (GO:0061107)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
adrenal gland development +   
baculum development  
cement gland development 
cervix development  
cloacal gland development 
epididymis development  
exocrine pancreas development  
fruit development +  
fungal sorus development 
genitalia development +   
gland morphogenesis +   
gonad development +   
gonadal mesoderm development  
Harderian gland development  
hatching gland development 
labyrinthine layer blood vessel development  
labyrinthine layer development +   
lacrimal gland development  
liver development +   
lymph gland development +  
mammary gland development +   
neurohypophysis development +   
ovarian follicle development +   
oviduct development +   
oviduct epithelium development +   
parathyroid gland development +   
pineal gland development 
pituitary gland development +   
placenta development +   
plant-type ovary development +  
prostate gland development +   
prostate glandular acinus development +   
reproductive shoot system development +  
ring gland development 
salivary gland development +   
sebaceous gland development +   
seed development +  
seminal vesicle development +   
The progression of the seminal vesicle over time, from its formation to the mature structure. The seminal vesicle is a gland that contributes to the production of semen.
seminal vesicle epithelium development +   
seminiferous tubule development  
spongiotrophoblast layer development +   
spore-bearing structure development +  
sweat gland development +   
thymus development +   
thyroid gland development +   
trachea gland development  
uterine gland development  
uterus development +   
vegetative to reproductive phase transition of meristem +  

Definition Sources: GOC:dph

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