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Term:third ventricle development
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Accession:GO:0021678 term browser browse the term
Definition:The process whose specific outcome is the progression of the third ventricle over time, from its formation to the mature structure. The third ventricle is the narrow cleft inferior to the corpus callosum, within the diencephalon, between the paired thalami. Its floor is formed by the hypothalamus, its anterior wall by the lamina terminalis, and its roof by ependyma, and it communicates with the fourth ventricle by the cerebral aqueduct, and with the lateral ventricles by the interventricular foramina.
Comment:This term was added by GO_REF:0000021.


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Dpcd deleted in primary ciliary dyskinesia JBrowse link 1 265,298,872 265,318,521 RGD:1624291
RGD:1600115
G Grcc10 gene rich cluster, C10 gene JBrowse link 4 157,264,383 157,266,042 RGD:1624291
G Kdm2b lysine demethylase 2B JBrowse link 12 39,021,924 39,161,954 RGD:1624291
G Myh10 myosin heavy chain 10 JBrowse link 10 55,274,910 55,406,738 RGD:1624291
RGD:1600115

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    developmental process 6323
      anatomical structure development 5930
        multicellular organism development 5425
          system development 5004
            nervous system development 2550
              central nervous system development 1156
                brain development 892
                  ventricular system development 33
                    third ventricle development 4
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