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trabecular meshwork development (GO:0002930)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
anterior rotation of the optic cup 
biomineral tissue development +   
bone marrow development  
camera-type eye morphogenesis +   
camera-type eye photoreceptor cell development 
cardiac jelly development  
connective tissue development +   
cornea development in camera-type eye +   
digestive tract mesoderm development  
ectoderm development +   
embryonic camera-type eye development +   
endoderm development +   
endosperm development +  
epidermis development +   
epithelium development +   
extraocular skeletal muscle development +   
eyelid development in camera-type eye  
ganglion development +   
hyaloid vascular plexus regression  
hypoblast development 
hypochord development 
integument development 
lateral line development +   
lens development in camera-type eye +   
meristem development +  
mesectoderm development 
mesenchyme development +   
mesoderm development +   
mucosal-associated lymphoid tissue development +   
muscle tissue development +   
phloem or xylem histogenesis +  
plant epidermis development +   
post-embryonic camera-type eye development +   
retina development in camera-type eye +   
spongiotrophoblast layer development +   
stele development 
tissue morphogenesis +   
tissue regeneration +   
trabecular meshwork development  
The progression of the trabecular meshwork over time, from its formation to the mature structure. The trabecular meshwork is a fenestrated endothelial-like tissue situated at the intersection of the cornea and the iris. The trabecular meshwork provides drainage for the aqueous humor.

Definition Sources: PMID:20568247

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