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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
adenohypophysis morphogenesis +   
anatomical structure arrangement +   
anatomical structure formation involved in morphogenesis +   
anatomical structure regression +   
animal organ morphogenesis +   
apoptotic process involved in morphogenesis +   
appendage morphogenesis +   
ascending aorta morphogenesis  
atrioventricular canal morphogenesis  
beak morphogenesis +  
body morphogenesis +   
cardiac chamber morphogenesis +   
cardiac septum morphogenesis +   
cardiogenic plate morphogenesis  
cell motility involved in camera-type eye morphogenesis 
cellular component morphogenesis +   
central nervous system morphogenesis +   
cerebellar cortex morphogenesis +   
cerebellar granular layer morphogenesis +   
cerebellar molecular layer morphogenesis +   
cerebellar Purkinje cell layer morphogenesis +   
cerebellum morphogenesis +   
cerebellum vasculature morphogenesis  
ciliary body morphogenesis  
comma-shaped body morphogenesis +   
compound eye corneal lens morphogenesis 
cranial nerve morphogenesis +   
craniofacial suture morphogenesis +   
descending aorta morphogenesis 
developmental growth involved in morphogenesis +   
diencephalon morphogenesis +   
dorsal motor nucleus of vagus nerve morphogenesis +  
ectodermal placode morphogenesis +   
embryonic camera-type eye morphogenesis +   
embryonic morphogenesis +   
endocardium morphogenesis +   
epicardium morphogenesis  
establishment of anatomical structure orientation +   
establishment of epithelial cell apical/basal polarity involved in camera-type eye morphogenesis 
establishment of tissue polarity +   
face morphogenesis  
foramen ovale closure  
forebrain morphogenesis +   
foregut morphogenesis +   
fungiform papilla morphogenesis +   
glomerulus morphogenesis +   
hair follicle morphogenesis  
hard palate morphogenesis  
head morphogenesis +   
heart valve morphogenesis +   
heart wedging 
hindbrain morphogenesis +   
hindgut morphogenesis +   
inferior olivary nucleus morphogenesis +  
iris morphogenesis  
The process in which the iris is generated and organized. The iris is an anatomical structure in the eye whose opening forms the pupil. The iris is responsible for controlling the diameter and size of the pupil and the amount of light reaching the retina.
kidney vasculature morphogenesis +   
leaflet morphogenesis +  
lens morphogenesis in camera-type eye +   
limb joint morphogenesis +   
locus ceruleus morphogenesis +  
lung lobe morphogenesis +   
lymph vessel morphogenesis +   
lymphangiogenesis +   
male anatomical structure morphogenesis +   
medulla oblongata morphogenesis +  
membranous septum morphogenesis  
midbrain morphogenesis  
morphogenesis of a branching structure +   
morphogenesis of symbiont in host cell 
nephron morphogenesis +   
nipple morphogenesis +   
nodule morphogenesis 
outflow tract morphogenesis +   
pharynx morphogenesis +  
plant epidermis morphogenesis +  
plant organ morphogenesis +   
pons morphogenesis +  
post-anal tail morphogenesis  
post-embryonic animal morphogenesis +   
post-embryonic camera-type eye morphogenesis  
post-embryonic plant morphogenesis +  
prostate gland stromal morphogenesis  
regulation of anatomical structure morphogenesis +   
renal system vasculature morphogenesis +   
retina morphogenesis in camera-type eye +   
retina vasculature morphogenesis in camera-type eye +   
rhombomere morphogenesis +   
S-shaped body morphogenesis +   
shoot system morphogenesis +  
sorocarp morphogenesis +  
sorocarp stalk morphogenesis 
spiracle morphogenesis, open tracheal system 
superior olivary nucleus morphogenesis +  
swim bladder inflation 
tail spike morphogenesis 
tissue morphogenesis +   
trabecula morphogenesis +   
tube morphogenesis +   
umbilical cord morphogenesis  

Synonyms
Definition Sources: GOC:dph

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