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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:adenohypophysis morphogenesis
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Definition:The process in which the anatomical structures of the adenohypophysis are generated and organized. The adenohypophysis is the anterior part of the pituitary. It secretes a variety of hormones and its function is regulated by the hypothalamus.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: adenophysis morphogenesis;   anterior pituitary gland morphogenesis;   anterior pituitary morphogenesis



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Symbol Object Name Qualifiers Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G Duox2 dual oxidase 2 involved_in
acts_upstream_of_or_within
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GO_REF:0000107
MGI:3712359 (MGI:3712355|PMID:17440044)
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PMID:17440044 GO_REF:0000107 MGI:3712355 NCBI chr 3:109,223,809...109,247,023
Ensembl chr 3:109,226,924...109,245,902
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  biological_process 19898
    developmental process 7021
      anatomical structure morphogenesis 2971
        adenohypophysis morphogenesis 1
          adenohypophysis formation 0
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  biological_process 19898
    developmental process 7021
      anatomical structure development 6456
        multicellular organism development 5242
          system development 4503
            nervous system development 2813
              central nervous system development 1324
                brain development 1021
                  forebrain development 542
                    diencephalon development 101
                      pituitary gland development 49
                        hypophysis morphogenesis 3
                          adenohypophysis morphogenesis 1
                            adenohypophysis formation 0
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