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Term:
dichotomous subdivision of an epithelial terminal unit (GO:0060600)
Annotations: Rat: (11) Mouse: (11) Human: (10) Chinchilla: (10) Bonobo: (9) Dog: (6) Squirrel: (0) Pig: (7)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
anterior midgut (ectodermal) morphogenesis +  
branch elongation of an epithelium +   
branching involved in labyrinthine layer morphogenesis +   
branching involved in pancreas morphogenesis +   
branching involved in prostate gland morphogenesis +   
branching involved in salivary gland morphogenesis +   
branching involved in seminal vesicle morphogenesis 
branching morphogenesis of an epithelial tube +   
bud field specification 
clearance of cells from fusion plate +  
convergent extension +   
dichotomous subdivision of an epithelial terminal unit +   
The process in which an epithelial cord, rod or tube bifurcates at its end.
epidermis morphogenesis +   
epithelial tube morphogenesis +   
heart rudiment morphogenesis +  
initiation of neural tube closure  
lateral sprouting from an epithelium +   
morphogenesis of a branching epithelium +   
morphogenesis of a polarized epithelium +   
morphogenesis of an endothelium +   
morphogenesis of an epithelial fold +   
morphogenesis of an epithelial sheet +   
morphogenesis of embryonic epithelium +   
morphogenesis of follicular epithelium +   
morphogenesis of larval imaginal disc epithelium +  
negative regulation of morphogenesis of an epithelium +   
nephron epithelium morphogenesis +   
positive regulation of morphogenesis of an epithelium +   
prostate gland epithelium morphogenesis +   
regulation of morphogenesis of an epithelium +   
renal vesicle morphogenesis +   
thymus epithelium morphogenesis +   
trifid subdivision of terminal units involved in ureteric bud branching 

Synonyms
Related Synonyms: primary branching of an epithelium
Definition Sources: GOC:dph

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