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Ontology Browser

Term:
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
organ +    
accessory nasal sac 
anal sac +  
anatomical projection +  
A projection or outgrowth of tissue from a larger body or organ.
arthropod fat body +  
brain +  
cell cluster organ +  
clitoris +  
compound cell cluster organ 
compound organ +  
digestive system element +  
dorsal region element +  
echolocation organ +  
electric organ +  
gill +  
gland +  
gyrus +  
Hatschek's nephridium 
hemopoietic organ +  
immune organ +  
junk chamber 
lacrimal drainage system +  
ligament +  
mammalian vulva +  
membrane organ +  
membranous labyrinth +  
muscle organ +  
notochord +  
nucleus pulposus 
opisthosome 
oral cirrus 
organ part +  
pharyngotympanic tube +  
photophore 
pit organ 
placenta +  
plume 
radula 
reproductive organ +  
respiration organ +  
ring of oral cilia +  
scolex 
sense organ +  
serous sac +  
simple organ 
skeletal element +  
skin of body +  
spermaceti organ 
spermathecum 
sympathetic trunk +  
synovial bursa +  
thagomizer 
toxactinium 
tracheobronchial tree +  
trophosome 
trunk region element +  
tube foot ampulla 
tubeworm tube 
urethra +  
vasculature of organ +  
velum feeding organ 
vestibular organ +  
vocal organ +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: processus
Narrow Synonyms: flange ;   flanges ;   lamella ;   lamellae ;   lamina ;   laminae ;   organ process ;   papilla ;   process of organ ;   processes ;   projection ;   projections ;   ridge ;   ridges ;   shelf ;   shelves
Broad Synonyms: anatomical process ;   process
Related Synonyms: anatomical protrusion ;   protrusion ;   spine
Xrefs: AAO:0010278 ;   FMA:67601 ;   HAO:0000822 ;   NCI:C61549 ;   TAO:0001834 ;   VSAO:0000180 ;   Wikipedia:Process_(anatomy) ;   XAO:0004020 ;   galen:Ridge
External Ontologys: present_in_taxon NCBITaxon:33090 ;   present_in_taxon NCBITaxon:33208 ;   present_in_taxon NCBITaxon:4751
Definition Sources: https://github.com/obophenotype/uberon/issues/39, Wikipedia:Process_(anatomy)

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