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Ontology Browser

Term:
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
aboral subdivision of organism +  
ambulacral area 
anal region +  
anterior abdominal wall +  
anterior chest +  
anterior region of body +  
antimere 
appendage +  
appendage girdle complex +  
appendage girdle region +  
arthropod tibia 
autopodial extension +  
axillary tail of breast 
ball 
blind side 
body proper +  
body wall +  
columnella 
craniocervical region +  
digit plus metapodial segment +  
dorsal thoracic segment of trunk +  
dorsum +  
A major subdivision of an organism that is the entire part of the organism dorsal to a horizontal plane and bounded on one side by the same transverse plane. In vertebrares this includes the vertebral column..
enteropneust collar +  
enteropneust proboscis 
enteropneust trunk 
extension 
external soft tissue zone +  
headfoot 
hip +  
infraclavicular region 
inguinal part of abdomen +  
insect proboscis 
inter-ambulacral area 
jaw region +  
lamprey sucker 
lateral lumbar region of abdomen 
lateral side of chest 
lower jaw region +  
main body axis +  
mantle +  
mons pubis 
neck +  
nipple +  
nose +  
ocular side 
oral subdivision of organism 
organismal segment +  
pelvic region of trunk +  
posterior region of body +  
quadrant of breast +  
rostrum 
shoulder +  
snout +  
subdivision of head +  
subdivision of organism along appendicular axis +  
subdivision of organism along main body axis +  
subdivision of trunk +  
submandibular region 
tunicate postabdomen 
upper jaw region +  
ventrum +  
visceral hump +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: back ;   back of body proper ;   dorsal part of organism
Xrefs: BTO:0001713 ;   CALOHA:TS-2223 ;   EFO:0001405 ;   FMA:14181 ;   GAID:30 ;   MESH:A01.176 ;   NCIT:C13062 ;   OpenCyc:Mx4rvVkEU5wpEbGdrcN5Y29ycA ;   SCTID:123961009 ;   UMLS:C0004600 ;   Wikipedia:Dorsum_(anatomy) ;   galen:Back
Definition Sources: BSPO:0000063, UBERONREF:0000006, Wikipedia:Dorsum_(anatomy)

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