Term Information [More information on ectoderm development]

Accession
GO:0007398
Name
ectoderm development
Ontology
biological_process
Synonyms
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Definition
The process whose specific outcome is the progression of the ectoderm over time, from its formation to the mature structure. In animal embryos, the ectoderm is the outer germ layer of the embryo, formed during gastrulation. Source: GOC:dph, GOC:tb
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History
See term history for GO:0007398 at QuickGO
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Ancestors of ectoderm development (GO:0007398)
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ectoderm development [Inferred is_a relation] is_a (inferred) biological_process (GO:0008150)
ectoderm development [Inferred is_a relation] is_a (inferred) developmental process (GO:0032502)
ectoderm development [is_a relation] is_a  anatomical structure development (GO:0048856)
ectoderm development [is_a relation] is_a  tissue development (GO:0009888)
Children of ectoderm development (GO:0007398)
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ectoderm formation (GO:0001705) [part_of relation] part_of  ectoderm development
ectodermal cell differentiation (GO:0010668) [part_of relation] part_of  ectoderm development
mesectoderm development (GO:0048383) [part_of relation] part_of  ectoderm development
negative regulation of ectoderm development (GO:2000384) [negatively_regulates relation] negatively_regulates  ectoderm development
positive regulation of ectoderm development (GO:2000385) [positively_regulates relation] positively_regulates  ectoderm development
regulation of ectoderm development (GO:2000383) [regulates relation] regulates  ectoderm development
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