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neuromast hair cell differentiation (GO:0048886)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
anterior lateral line neuromast development +  
cupula development +  
inner ear auditory receptor cell differentiation +   
inner ear receptor cell differentiation +   
mechanoreceptor differentiation involved in mechanosensory epithelium regeneration +  
negative regulation of mechanoreceptor differentiation +   
neuromast deposition +  
neuromast hair cell differentiation +   
The process in which a relatively unspecialized cell acquires specialized features of a neuromast hair cell. Hair cells are the sensory receptors of the neuromast and are located in a portion of the neuromast called the sensory strip. Each hair cell of the neuromast is morphologically polarized as a result of the relative position of the single kinocilium and the clusters of stereocilia on its apical surface. There are approximately seven hair cells within each neuromast, with each hair cell innervated by afferent and efferent neurons.
neuromast mantle cell differentiation +  
neuromast support cell differentiation +  
non-sensory hair organization +  
positive regulation of mechanoreceptor differentiation +   
posterior lateral line neuromast development +   
regulation of mechanoreceptor differentiation +   
vestibular receptor cell differentiation +   

Definition Sources: CL:0000856, ISBN:0125296509

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