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Term:positive regulation of extraocular skeletal muscle development
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Definition:Any process that activates, maintains or increases the frequency, rate or extent of extraocular skeletal muscle development. Extraocular skeletal muscle development is the process whose specific outcome is the progression of the extraocular skeletal muscle over time, from its formation to the mature structure. The extraocular muscle is derived from cranial mesoderm and controls eye movements. The muscle begins its development with the differentiation of the muscle cells and ends with the mature muscle.


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  biological_process 19599
    developmental process 6753
      positive regulation of developmental process 1488
        positive regulation of muscle organ development 27
          positive regulation of striated muscle tissue development 27
            positive regulation of skeletal muscle tissue development 23
              positive regulation of extraocular skeletal muscle development 0
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  biological_process 19599
    developmental process 6753
      anatomical structure development 6178
        multicellular organism development 5617
          system development 5288
            animal organ development 4053
              muscle organ development 352
                regulation of muscle organ development 54
                  regulation of striated muscle tissue development 50
                    regulation of skeletal muscle tissue development 33
                      positive regulation of skeletal muscle tissue development 23
                        positive regulation of extraocular skeletal muscle development 0
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