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Term:positive regulation of compound eye photoreceptor development
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Accession:GO:0045315 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of compound eye photoreceptor development.
Synonyms:broad_synonym: activation of eye photoreceptor development;   positive regulation of eye photoreceptor development;   stimulation of eye photoreceptor development;   up regulation of eye photoreceptor development;   upregulation of eye photoreceptor development


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  biological_process 23162
    developmental process 6415
      positive regulation of developmental process 1583
        positive regulation of animal organ morphogenesis 106
          positive regulation of eye photoreceptor cell development 0
            positive regulation of compound eye photoreceptor development 0
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  biological_process 23162
    developmental process 6415
      anatomical structure development 5942
        multicellular organism development 5433
          system development 4828
            nervous system development 2401
              neurogenesis 1829
                generation of neurons 1714
                  neuron differentiation 1531
                    photoreceptor cell differentiation 85
                      eye photoreceptor cell differentiation 59
                        eye photoreceptor cell development 45
                          regulation of eye photoreceptor cell development 2
                            positive regulation of eye photoreceptor cell development 0
                              positive regulation of compound eye photoreceptor development 0
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