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Term:
convergent extension involved in organogenesis (GO:0060029)
Annotations: Rat: (6) Mouse: (7) Human: (6) Chinchilla: (5) Bonobo: (6) Dog: (6) Squirrel: (6) Pig: (6)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
adipose tissue development +   
animal organ maturation +   
animal organ morphogenesis +   
animal organ regeneration +   
animal organ senescence  
biomineral tissue development +   
bone development +   
brain development +   
carotid body glomus cell differentiation  
cartilage development +   
convergent extension involved in axis elongation +   
convergent extension involved in gastrulation +   
convergent extension involved in organogenesis +   
The morphogenetic process in which an epithelium narrows along one axis and lengthens in a perpendicular axis contribution to the shaping of an organ.
embryonic organ development +   
esophagus development 
fat body development +  
gall bladder development  
ganglion development +   
genitalia development +   
gland development +   
gonad development +   
heart development +   
hematopoietic or lymphoid organ development +   
imaginal disc development +  
kidney development +   
larynx development +   
lung development +   
maintenance of animal organ identity +   
Malpighian tubule development +  
mesenchyme development +   
muscle organ development +   
pancreas development +   
placenta development +   
post-embryonic animal organ development +   
proboscis development +  
respiratory tube development +   
sensory organ development +   
skin development +   
spinal cord development +   
stomach development +   
swim bladder development +  
trachea development +   
ureter development +   
urethra development +  
urinary bladder development  
uterus development +   
ventral cord development 

Synonyms
Definition Sources: GOC:dph, PMID:12062082

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