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Term:negative regulation of convergent extension involved in rhombomere morphogenesis
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Definition:Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of convergent extension involved in rhombomere morphogenesis.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of convergent extension involved in rhombomere morphogenesis;   downregulation of convergent extension involved in rhombomere morphogenesis
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of convergent extension involved in rhombomere morphogenesis


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  biological_process 20020
    developmental process 6826
      anatomical structure morphogenesis 2879
        rhombomere morphogenesis 3
          convergent extension involved in rhombomere morphogenesis 0
            negative regulation of convergent extension involved in rhombomere morphogenesis 0
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  biological_process 20020
    developmental process 6826
      anatomical structure development 6268
        multicellular organism development 5743
          system development 5279
            nervous system development 2719
              central nervous system development 1260
                brain development 965
                  hindbrain development 218
                    rhombomere development 9
                      rhombomere morphogenesis 3
                        convergent extension involved in rhombomere morphogenesis 0
                          regulation of convergent extension involved in rhombomere morphogenesis 0
                            negative regulation of convergent extension involved in rhombomere morphogenesis 0
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