Development vs Dysontogenesis - What's the difference?

development | dysontogenesis |


As nouns the difference between development and dysontogenesis

is that development is (uncountable) the process of developing; growth, directed change while dysontogenesis is defective development of an embryo.

development

Noun

  • (uncountable) The process of developing; growth, directed change.
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  • (uncountable, biology) The process by which a mature multicellular organism or part of an organism is produced by the addition of new cells.
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  • Of more significance in the nature of branch development ; in the Jubulaceae, as in the Porellaceae, branches are acroscopic and normally replace a ventral leaf lobe.
  • (countable) Something which has developed.
  • (real estate, countable) A project consisting of one or more commercial or residential buildings, real estate development.
  • (real estate, uncountable) The building of a real estate development.
  • (uncountable) The application of new ideas to practical problems (''cf. research).
  • (chess, uncountable) The active placement of the pieces, or the process of achieving it.
  • (music) The second section of a piece of music in sonata form.
  • dysontogenesis

    English

    Noun

  • Defective development of an embryo.