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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:regulation of bone development
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Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of bone development.


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  biological_process 0
    multicellular organismal process 0
      multicellular organism development 0
        regulation of multicellular organismal development 0
          regulation of bone development 0
            negative regulation of bone development + 0
            positive regulation of bone development + 0
            regulation of bone mineralization involved in bone maturation + 0
            regulation of chondrocyte differentiation involved in endochondral bone morphogenesis + 0
            regulation of growth plate cartilage chondrocyte proliferation + 0
            regulation of osteoclast development + 0
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  biological_process 0
    developmental process 0
      anatomical structure development 0
        multicellular organism development 0
          system development 0
            animal organ development 0
              bone development 0
                regulation of bone development 0
                  negative regulation of bone development + 0
                  positive regulation of bone development + 0
                  regulation of bone mineralization involved in bone maturation + 0
                  regulation of chondrocyte differentiation involved in endochondral bone morphogenesis + 0
                  regulation of growth plate cartilage chondrocyte proliferation + 0
                  regulation of osteoclast development + 0
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