Development refers to the systematic and successive changes that follow a logical or orderly pattern over a long period of time and enhance a child's adaptation to the environment.

See also:
"Development" is in the NACE Code "70.11"
  Development and selling of real estate

"Development" is in the NAICS Code "5417"
  (Scientific Research and Development ServicesScientific Research and Development Services)


"Development" is in the HS Code "3821"
  Prepared Culture Media For Development Of Microorganisms.

"Development" is in the UNSPSC Code "43232400"
  Development software

"Development" is in the NACE Code "70.11"
  Development and selling of real estate

"Development" is in the NACE Code "70.11"
  Development and selling of real estate

"Development" is in the NACE Code "70.11"
  Development and selling of real estate

"Development" is in the NACE Code "70.11"
  Development and selling of real estate

Other /More definition:
Development refers to the systematic and successive changes that follow a logical or orderly pattern over a long period of time and enhance a child's adaptation to the environment.
Other /More definition:
Development refers to the systematic continuities and changes in the individual that occur between conception - when a sperm penetrates an ovum creating a new organism and death; predictable changes that occur in structure or function over the life span; and refer to processes by which organisms unfold features and traits, grow, and become more complex and specialized in structure and function.

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