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Term:
plant epidermal cell fate specification (GO:0090628)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
abaxial cell fate specification 
anther wall tapetum cell fate specification 
bundle sheath cell fate specification 
cardiac cell fate specification +   
cell fate specification involved in pattern specification +   
compound eye cone cell fate specification +  
ectodermal cell fate specification +   
endodermal cell fate specification +   
endothelial cell fate specification +   
eosinophil fate specification 
epidermal cell fate specification +   
epithelial cell type specification, open tracheal system +  
glial cell fate specification +   
guard cell differentiation +  
guard mother cell differentiation 
mesodermal cell fate specification +   
muscle cell fate specification +   
myoblast fate specification +   
negative regulation of cell fate specification +   
negative regulation of plant epidermal cell differentiation +   
neuron fate specification +   
plant epidermal cell fate specification +  
The process in which a cell becomes capable of differentiating autonomously into a plant epidermal cell in an environment that is neutral with respect to the developmental pathway. Upon specification, the cell fate can be reversed.
positive regulation of cell fate specification +   
positive regulation of plant epidermal cell differentiation +  
regulation of cell fate specification +   
regulation of plant epidermal cell differentiation +   
root epidermal cell differentiation +   
sepal giant cell differentiation +  
skeletal muscle satellite cell fate specification 
socket cell differentiation 
stem cell fate specification +   
vulval cell fate specification 

Synonyms
Definition Sources: GOC:tb

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