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pronephros development (GO:0048793)
Annotations: Rat: (9) Mouse: (9) Human: (10) Chinchilla: (9) Bonobo: (9) Dog: (9) Squirrel: (9) Pig: (8)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
kidney development +     
cell differentiation involved in kidney development +   
cell migration involved in kidney development +   
cell proliferation involved in kidney development +   
cell-cell signaling involved in kidney development +   
collecting duct development +   
juxtaglomerular apparatus development +   
kidney epithelium development +   
kidney mesenchyme development +   
kidney morphogenesis +   
kidney smooth muscle tissue development +   
kidney vasculature development +   
mesonephros development +   
metanephros development +   
negative regulation of kidney development +   
nephron development +   
pattern specification involved in kidney development +   
positive regulation of kidney development +   
pronephros development +   
The process whose specific outcome is the progression of the pronephros over time, from its formation to the mature structure. In mammals, the pronephros is the first of the three embryonic kidneys to be established and exists only transiently. In lower vertebrates such as fish and amphibia, the pronephros is the fully functional embryonic kidney and is indispensable for larval life.
pyramid development +  
regulation of kidney development +   
regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter involved in kidney development +   
renal capsule development +   
renal cortex development +   
renal inner medulla development  
renal outer medulla development +   

Exact Synonyms: pronephric kidney development
Definition Sources: GOC:bf, GOC:mtg_kidney_jan10, PMID:10535314, PMID:15968585, PMID:18322540, XAO:00002000, ZFA:0000151

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