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Term:
angiotensin-mediated vasoconstriction involved in regulation of systemic arterial blood pressure (GO:0001998)
Annotations: Rat: (3) Mouse: (4) Human: (3) Chinchilla: (3) Bonobo: (3) Dog: (3) Squirrel: (3) Pig: (3)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
angiotensin-mediated vasoconstriction involved in regulation of systemic arterial blood pressure  
The decrease in blood vessel diameter as a result of the release of angiotensin into the blood stream.
angiotensin-mediated vasodilation involved in regulation of systemic arterial blood pressure  
baroreceptor response to decreased systemic arterial blood pressure +   
excitation of vasomotor center by chemoreceptor signaling +  
negative regulation of renal output by angiotensin +   
negative regulation of vasoconstriction +   
norepinephrine-epinephrine vasoconstriction involved in regulation of systemic arterial blood pressure  
positive regulation of vasoconstriction +   
regulation of blood volume by renal aldosterone  
regulation of vasoconstriction +   
vascular associated smooth muscle contraction +   
vasoconstriction by vasopressin involved in systemic arterial blood pressure control 
vasoconstriction of artery involved in baroreceptor response to lowering of systemic arterial blood pressure  
vasoconstriction of artery involved in chemoreceptor response to lowering of systemic arterial blood pressure +  
vasoconstriction of artery involved in ischemic response to lowering of systemic arterial blood pressure  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: angiotensin mediated vasoconstriction during blood pressure regulation
Related Synonyms: angiotensin mediated vasoconstriction during blood pressure control ;   angiotensin mediated vasoconstriction during control of blood pressure
Definition Sources: GOC:mtg_cardio, GOC:pr, ISBN:0721643949

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