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growth involved in heart morphogenesis (GO:0003241)
Annotations: Rat: (5) Mouse: (5) Human: (5) Chinchilla: (4) Bonobo: (5) Dog: (5) Squirrel: (5) Pig: (5)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
apoptotic process involved in heart morphogenesis +   
atrial ventricular junction remodeling +   
axis elongation +   
bud dilation 
cardiac chamber morphogenesis +   
cardiac epithelial to mesenchymal transition +   
cardiac muscle tissue growth +   
cardiac muscle tissue morphogenesis +   
cardiogenic plate morphogenesis  
cell adhesion involved in heart morphogenesis +   
cell growth involved in Malpighian tubule morphogenesis 
cell proliferation involved in heart morphogenesis +   
collateral sprouting +   
dorsal trunk growth, open tracheal system 
elongation of arista core 
elongation of arista lateral 
embryonic heart tube morphogenesis +   
endocardial cushion morphogenesis +   
filamentous growth of a multicellular organism 
growth involved in heart morphogenesis +   
Developmental growth that contributes to the shaping of the heart.
growth plate cartilage chondrocyte growth +   
heart capillary growth 
heart formation +   
heart wedging 
imaginal disc-derived wing expansion 
mammary duct terminal end bud growth  
mammary gland bud elongation +   
negative regulation of heart growth +   
nephric duct elongation  
neuron projection extension +   
optic vesicle elongation 
outer ear emergence 
outflow tract morphogenesis +   
planar cell polarity pathway involved in heart morphogenesis +   
positive regulation of heart growth +   
primary ureteric bud growth  
prostate gland morphogenetic growth +   
regulation of heart growth +   
regulation of heart morphogenesis +   
root hair elongation +  
sprouting of injured axon +   
unidimensional cell growth +   
ureteric bud elongation +   
ureteric bud invasion  

Definition Sources: GOC:mtg_heart

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