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Term:
limbic system development (GO:0021761)
Annotations: Rat: (155) Mouse: (98) Human: (113) Chinchilla: (108) Bonobo: (107) Dog: (112) Squirrel: (106)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
system development +     
animal organ development +   
autonomic nervous system development +   
cardiovascular system development +   
cell cycle arrest of committed forebrain neuronal progenitor cell 
cell proliferation in forebrain +   
central nervous system development +   
cerebral cortex neuron differentiation +   
circulatory system development +   
diencephalon development +   
digestive system development +   
endocrine system development +   
enteric nervous system development  
exocrine system development +   
forebrain astrocyte differentiation +   
forebrain cell migration +   
forebrain generation of neurons +   
forebrain morphogenesis +   
forebrain regionalization +   
hepaticobiliary system development +   
immune system development +   
limbic system development +   
The progression of the limbic system over time from its initial formation until its mature state. The limbic system is a collection of structures in the brain involved in emotion, motivation and emotional aspects of memory.
nervous system development +   
parasympathetic nervous system development +   
peripheral nervous system development +   
pharyngeal system development +   
plant organ development +   
preganglionic parasympathetic fiber development +   
renal system development +   
reproductive system development +   
respiratory system development +   
root system development +   
sensory system development +   
shoot system development +  
skeletal system development +   
stomatogastric nervous system development 
sympathetic nervous system development +   
telencephalon development +   
urogenital system development +   
vasculature development +   
ventricular system development +   

Synonyms
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000021, GOC:cls, GOC:dgh, GOC:dph, GOC:jid, GOC:mtg_15jun06, ISBN:0878937420

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