Development that does not destroy resources and enables the resource to be harvested into the foreseeable future, e.g. logging selected trees in a forest and preserving the future by not clear-felling.
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dental development (Several stages beginning with calcification, or tooth formation, and eruption (emergence from ...)
growth and development (See growth and development; also, a subdivision within any academic discipline that studies ...)
physical development (1. umbrella term for the assessment of all phenotypic traits reflecting the state of development ...)
rate(s) of development (Relative timing of life history events. In primates, although the sequences of homologous events ...)
regulative development (Open embryonic development, in which the fate of each element is not necessarily decided before ...)