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Term:negative regulation of embryonic pattern specification
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Accession:GO:1902876 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of embryonic pattern specification.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of embryonic pattern specification;   downregulation of embryonic pattern specification
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of embryonic pattern specification
 related_synonym: down regulation of ventral/lateral system;   downregulation of ventral/lateral system;   inhibition of ventral/lateral system;   negative regulation of ventral/lateral system


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  biological_process 19858
    negative regulation of biological process 5617
      negative regulation of multicellular organismal process 1381
        negative regulation of embryonic development 27
          negative regulation of embryonic pattern specification 0
            negative regulation of bicoid mRNA localization 0
            negative regulation of pole plasm oskar mRNA localization 0
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  biological_process 19858
    developmental process 6735
      anatomical structure development 6181
        multicellular organism development 5638
          pattern specification process 493
            embryonic pattern specification 73
              regulation of embryonic pattern specification 0
                negative regulation of embryonic pattern specification 0
                  negative regulation of bicoid mRNA localization 0
                  negative regulation of pole plasm oskar mRNA localization 0
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