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Term:pharynx development
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Accession:GO:0060465 term browser browse the term
Definition:The biological process whose specific outcome is the progression of a pharynx from an initial condition to its mature state. The pharynx is the part of the digestive system immediately posterior to the mouth.
Synonyms:related_synonym: pharyngeal development


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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Crkl CRK like proto-oncogene, adaptor protein ISO MGI:MGI:5510713 (MGI:MGI:6102264|PMID:25565927) RGD PMID:25565927 MGI:MGI:6102264 NCBI chr11:87,338,606...87,356,644
Ensembl chr11:87,778,312...87,815,043
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G Foxe1 forkhead box E1 ISO (PMID:15494458) RGD PMID:15494458 NCBI chr 5:61,954,549...61,957,357
Ensembl chr 5:61,954,549...61,957,357
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G Tbx2 T-box transcription factor 2 ISO (MGI:MGI:3487212|PMID:15459098) RGD PMID:15459098 MGI:MGI:3487212 NCBI chr10:73,278,932...73,290,764
Ensembl chr10:73,279,119...73,289,921
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  biological_process 20015
    developmental process 6813
      anatomical structure development 6257
        pharynx development 3
          pharyngeal muscle development 0
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  biological_process 20015
    developmental process 6813
      anatomical structure development 6257
        multicellular organism development 5736
          system development 5273
            digestive system development 179
              digestive tract development 164
                pharynx development 3
                  pharyngeal muscle development 0
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