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substantia nigra development (GO:0021762)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
abducens nucleus development 
caudate nucleus development  
cell proliferation in midbrain +   
cochlear nucleus development +   
corpora quadrigemina development +   
dentate nucleus development 
dorsal motor nucleus of vagus nerve development +  
emboliform nucleus development 
facial nucleus development  
fastigial nucleus development 
globose nucleus development 
globus pallidus development  
hypoglossal nucleus development 
inferior olivary nucleus development +  
inferior raphe nucleus development 
inferior reticular formation development 
lateral geniculate nucleus development  
lateral reticular nucleus development 
locus ceruleus development +   
midbrain dopaminergic neuron differentiation +   
midbrain morphogenesis  
nucleus accumbens development  
nucleus ambiguus development 
putamen development  
retrotrapezoid nucleus development +   
salivary nucleus development +  
solitary nucleus development 
substantia nigra development  
The progression of the substantia nigra over time from its initial formation until its mature state. The substantia nigra is the layer of gray substance that separates the posterior parts of the cerebral peduncles (tegmentum mesencephali) from the anterior parts; it normally includes a posterior compact part with many pigmented cells (pars compacta) and an anterior reticular part whose cells contain little pigment (pars reticularis).
subthalamic nucleus development  
superior olivary nucleus development +   
superior raphe nucleus development 
trigeminal motor nucleus development 
trigeminal sensory nucleus development +   
ventral tegmental area development 
vestibular nucleus development  

Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000021, GOC:cls, GOC:dgh, GOC:dph, GOC:jid, ISBN:0838580343, ISBN:0878937420

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