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cerebellar cortex maturation (GO:0021699)
Annotations: Rat: (4) Mouse: (3) Human: (3) Chinchilla: (3) Bonobo: (3) Dog: (3) Squirrel: (3)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
animal organ maturation +   
blood vessel maturation  
central nervous system maturation +   
cerebellar cortex maturation +   
A developmental process, independent of morphogenetic (shape) change, that is required for the cerebellar cortex to attain its fully functional state. The cerebellar cortex is a thin mantle of gray matter that covers the surface of each cerebral hemisphere. It has a characteristic morphology with convolutions (gyri) and crevices (sulci) that have specific functions. Six layers of nerve cells and the nerve pathways that connect them comprise the cerebellar cortex. Together, these regions are responsible for the processes of conscious thought, perception, emotion and memory as well as advanced motor function.
cerebellar cortex morphogenesis +   
cerebellar granular layer development +   
cerebellar granular layer maturation  
cerebellar molecular layer development +   
cerebellar molecular layer maturation 
cerebellar Purkinje cell layer development +   
cerebellar Purkinje cell layer maturation  
cerebellum maturation +   
dorsal motor nucleus of vagus nerve maturation 
epithelial cell maturation +   
erythrocyte maturation +   
fruit ripening +  
hair follicle maturation +   
hindbrain maturation +   
inferior olivary nucleus maturation 
locus ceruleus maturation 
medulla oblongata maturation +  
midbrain-hindbrain boundary maturation +   
myoblast maturation +  
nerve maturation +   
neuron maturation +   
olfactory placode maturation 
oocyte maturation +   
osteoclast maturation  
platelet maturation  
pons maturation +   
seed maturation +  
seed trichome maturation 
superior olivary nucleus maturation  
trichoblast maturation +   

Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000021, GOC:cls, GOC:dgh, GOC:dph, GOC:jid, GOC:mtg_15jun06, ISBN:0838580343

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