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CROSS-SPECIES ANATOMY - ANNOTATIONS

The Basic subset of the UBERON integrated, cross-species anatomy ontology is downloaded weekly from http://berkeleybop.org/ontologies/uberon/basic.obo. For more information about this ontology see the "About" page on the UBERON website at http://uberon.github.io/about.html.

Term:biliary system
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Accession:UBERON:0002294 term browser browse the term
Definition:Organ system subdivision that consists of the organs and ducts that are involved in the production and transportation of bile. In most species this is the gallbladder and the bile ducts (biliary tree).
Synonyms:exact_synonym: biliary apparatus
 related_synonym: biliary tract
 xref: FMA:79646;   GAID:279;   MA:0001273;   MESH:D001659;   NCIT:C12678;   SCTID:361354009;   Wikipedia:Biliary_system
 cyclic_relationship: mutually_spatially_disjoint_with mutually_spatially_disjoint_with UBERON:0016478



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Path 1
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  UBERON ontology 0
    anatomical entity 0
      material anatomical entity 0
        anatomical structure 0
          multicellular anatomical structure 0
            organ system subdivision 0
              biliary system 0
                biliary tree + 0
                epithelium of biliary system + 0
                gallbladder + 0
Path 2
Term Annotations click to browse term
  UBERON ontology 0
    anatomical entity 0
      material anatomical entity 0
        anatomical structure 0
          multicellular anatomical structure 0
            multicellular organism 0
              anatomical system 0
                organ system subdivision 0
                  hepatobiliary system 0
                    biliary system 0
                      biliary tree + 0
                      epithelium of biliary system + 0
                      gallbladder + 0
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