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Term:tissue development
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Definition:The process whose specific outcome is the progression of a tissue over time, from its formation to the mature structure.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: histogenesis
 broad_synonym: histogenesis and organogenesis
 xref: Wikipedia:Histogenesis


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  biological_process 19576
    developmental process 6694
      anatomical structure development 6153
        tissue development 2075
          biomineral tissue development + 169
          bone marrow development 12
          cardiac jelly development 3
          connective tissue development + 314
          decidualization 35
          digestive tract mesoderm development 1
          ectoderm development + 20
          endoderm development + 87
          endosperm development + 0
          epidermis development + 306
          epithelium development + 1221
          ganglion development + 21
          hypoblast development 0
          hypochord development 0
          integument development 0
          lateral line development + 2
          meristem development + 0
          mesectoderm development 0
          mesenchyme development + 287
          mesoderm development + 125
          mucosal-associated lymphoid tissue development + 14
          muscle tissue development + 479
          phloem or xylem histogenesis + 0
          plant epidermis development + 0
          spongiotrophoblast layer development + 17
          stele development 0
          tissue morphogenesis + 706
          tissue regeneration + 96
          trabecular meshwork development 3
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