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regulation of muscle tissue development (GO:1901861)
Annotations: Rat: (169) Mouse: (179) Human: (137) Chinchilla: (136) Bonobo: (137) Dog: (59) Squirrel: (2) Pig: (86)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
modulation of development of symbiont involved in interaction with host +   
negative regulation of developmental process +   
negative regulation of muscle tissue development +   
positive regulation of developmental process +   
positive regulation of muscle tissue development +   
regulation of age-related resistance +  
regulation of anatomical structure morphogenesis +   
regulation of anterior head development +   
regulation of apoptotic process involved in development +   
regulation of cell aging +   
regulation of cell differentiation +   
regulation of development of symbiont in host +  
regulation of development, heterochronic +   
regulation of developmental growth +   
regulation of ectoderm development +   
regulation of entry into reproductive diapause +  
regulation of epidermis development +   
regulation of hemocyte proliferation +  
regulation of meristem development +  
regulation of mesoderm development +   
regulation of multicellular organismal development +   
regulation of muscle tissue development +   
Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of muscle tissue development.
regulation of sclerotium development +  
regulation of sorocarp development +  
regulation of spore germination +  
regulation of sporulation +  
regulation of stem cell population maintenance +   
regulation of synaptic vesicle lumen acidification +  
regulation of vascular smooth muscle cell dedifferentiation +   
smooth muscle tissue development +   
specification of plant organ number +  
striated muscle tissue development +   

Definition Sources: GOC:TermGenie, GOC:yaf, PMID:23150719

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