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Term:mesonephric mesenchyme development
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Definition:The biological process whose specific outcome is the progression of a mesonephric mesenchyme from an initial condition to its mature state. This process begins with the formation of mesonephric mesenchyme and ends with the mature structure. Mesonephric mesenchyme is the tissue made up of loosely connected mesenchymal cells in the mesonephros.


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  biological_process 14616
    developmental process 5921
      anatomical structure development 5490
        animal organ development 3317
          mesenchyme development 264
            kidney mesenchyme development 19
              mesonephric mesenchyme development 0
                mesonephric mesenchymal cell differentiation 0
                mesonephric mesenchymal cell proliferation involved in mesonephros development 0
                mesonephric mesenchyme morphogenesis 0
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  biological_process 14616
    developmental process 5921
      anatomical structure development 5490
        multicellular organism development 5040
          system development 4518
            urogenital system development 323
              renal system development 284
                kidney development 274
                  kidney mesenchyme development 19
                    mesonephric mesenchyme development 0
                      mesonephric mesenchymal cell differentiation 0
                      mesonephric mesenchymal cell proliferation involved in mesonephros development 0
                      mesonephric mesenchyme morphogenesis 0
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