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Term:development of secondary male sexual characteristics
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Accession:GO:0046544 term browser browse the term
Definition:The process whose specific outcome is the progression of the secondary male sexual characteristics over time, from their formation to the mature structures. In male humans, these include growth of axillary, chest, and pubic hair, voice changes, and testicular/penile enlargement. Development occurs in response to sex hormone secretion.


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G LHCGR luteinizing hormone/choriogonadotropin receptor IEA Ensembl GO_REF:0000107 NCBI chr10:50,540,706...50,594,336
Ensembl chr10:50,541,960...50,598,036
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G STAT5A signal transducer and activator of transcription 5A ISO (MGI:2181561|PMID:9630227) MGI PMID:9630227 MGI:2181561 NCBI chr 9:20,616,041...20,638,523
Ensembl chr 9:20,617,151...20,638,103
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G STAT5B signal transducer and activator of transcription 5B IEA Ensembl GO_REF:0000107 NCBI chr 9:20,647,712...20,718,453
Ensembl chr 9:20,691,483...20,716,485
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  biological_process 16190
    multicellular organismal process 7608
      multicellular organism development 5351
        male sex differentiation 219
          development of secondary male sexual characteristics 3
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  biological_process 16190
    reproduction 1596
      reproductive process 1594
        developmental process involved in reproduction 1070
          sex differentiation 373
            male sex differentiation 219
              development of secondary male sexual characteristics 3
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