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GO:0048598 embryonic morphogenesis

Term Information

ID GO:0048598
Name embryonic morphogenesis
Ontology Biological Process
Definition The process in which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
Secondary IDs GO:0048828
GONUTS GO:0048598 Wiki Page

Synonyms

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Type Synonym
exact embryonic anatomical structure morphogenesis

Taxon Constraints

The use of this term should conform to the following taxon constraints:
Taxon Rule Ancestor GO ID Ancestor GO Term Name Relationship Taxon ID Taxon Reference(s)
GOTAX:0000299 GO:0032501 multicellular organismal process only_in_taxon 2759 Eukaryota
GOTAX:0000537 GO:0032501 multicellular organismal process never_in_taxon 4932 Saccharomyces cerevisiae
GOTAX:0000538 GO:0032501 multicellular organismal process never_in_taxon 4896 Schizosaccharomyces pombe
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InterPro IPR024887

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Child Terms

This table lists all terms that are direct descendants (child terms) of GO:0048598:
Relationship To GO:0048598 Child Term Child Term Name
Is a GO:0010064 embryonic shoot morphogenesis
Is a GO:0010086 embryonic root morphogenesis
Is a GO:0010172 embryonic body morphogenesis
Is a GO:0016331 morphogenesis of embryonic epithelium
Is a GO:0035113 embryonic appendage morphogenesis
Is a GO:0048562 embryonic organ morphogenesis
Part of GO:0001743 optic placode formation
Is a GO:0048826 cotyledon morphogenesis
Is a GO:0007377 germ-band extension
Is a GO:0007390 germ-band shortening
Is a GO:0007392 initiation of dorsal closure
Is a GO:0008258 head involution
Is a GO:0033505 floor plate morphogenesis
Is a GO:0042733 embryonic digit morphogenesis
Is a GO:0048314 embryo sac morphogenesis
Is a GO:0048613 embryonic ectodermal digestive tract morphogenesis
Is a GO:0048617 embryonic foregut morphogenesis
Is a GO:0048619 embryonic hindgut morphogenesis
Is a GO:0048702 embryonic neurocranium morphogenesis
Is a GO:0048703 embryonic viscerocranium morphogenesis
Is a GO:0060059 embryonic retina morphogenesis in camera-type eye
Is a GO:0007369 gastrulation
Is a GO:0003404 optic vesicle morphogenesis
Is a GO:0007396 suture of dorsal opening
Is a GO:0007443 Malpighian tubule morphogenesis
Is a GO:0001828 inner cell mass cellular morphogenesis
Is a GO:0001831 trophectodermal cellular morphogenesis
Is a GO:0002093 auditory receptor cell morphogenesis
Is a GO:0003143 embryonic heart tube morphogenesis
Is a GO:0003152 morphogenesis of an epithelial fold involved in embryonic heart tube formation
Is a GO:0003314 heart rudiment morphogenesis
Is a GO:0003344 pericardium morphogenesis
Is a GO:0042472 inner ear morphogenesis
Is a GO:0042473 outer ear morphogenesis
Is a GO:0042474 middle ear morphogenesis
Is a GO:0046664 dorsal closure, amnioserosa morphology change
Is a GO:0060670 branching involved in labyrinthine layer morphogenesis
Is a GO:0007374 posterior midgut invagination
Is a GO:0007394 dorsal closure, elongation of leading edge cells
Is a GO:0014022 neural plate elongation
Is a GO:0021503 neural fold bending
Is a GO:0021505 neural fold folding
Is a GO:0021991 neural plate thickening
Is a GO:0021993 initiation of neural tube closure
Is a GO:0022007 convergent extension involved in neural plate elongation
Is a GO:0032474 otolith morphogenesis
Is a GO:0071699 olfactory placode morphogenesis
Is a GO:0021555 midbrain-hindbrain boundary morphogenesis
Is a GO:0048752 semicircular canal morphogenesis
Is a GO:0055109 invagination involved in gastrulation with mouth forming second
Is a GO:0055110 involution involved in gastrulation with mouth forming second
Is a GO:0055113 epiboly involved in gastrulation with mouth forming second
Is a GO:0060027 convergent extension involved in gastrulation
Is a GO:0060116 vestibular receptor cell morphogenesis
Is a GO:0060672 epithelial cell morphogenesis involved in placental branching
Is a GO:0060713 labyrinthine layer morphogenesis
Is a GO:0060809 mesodermal to mesenchymal transition involved in gastrulation
Is a GO:0060878 pouch outgrowth involved in semicircular canal formation
Is a GO:0060880 cell morphogenesis involved in semicircular canal fusion
Is a GO:0060884 clearance of cells from fusion plate
Is a GO:0090103 cochlea morphogenesis
Is a GO:0090177 establishment of planar polarity involved in neural tube closure
Is a GO:0090246 convergent extension involved in somitogenesis
Is a GO:0060669 embryonic placenta morphogenesis
Is a GO:0035880 embryonic nail plate morphogenesis
Is a GO:0080159 zygote elongation

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Co-occurring Terms

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Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0048598 based on the entire annotation set Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0048598 based on non-IEA annotations only

Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-12-23 Added RELATION is a GO:0044767 (single-organism developmental process)
2012-05-04 Added SYNONYM embryonic anatomical structure morphogenesis
2010-12-12 Added DEFINITION The process in which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2010-12-12 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2010-12-01 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. Morphogenesis pertains to the creation of form. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2010-12-01 Added DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2009-08-31 Deleted SYNONYM embryonic morphogenesis (sensu Magnoliophyta)
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. Morphogenesis pertains to the creation of form. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. Morphogenesis pertains to the creation of form. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0009653 (anatomical structure morphogenesis)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0009790 (embryo development)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM embryonic morphogenesis (sensu Magnoliophyta)
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM embryonic morphogenesis (sensu Magnoliophyta)
2007-03-27 Updated DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. Morphogenesis pertains to the creation of form. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2007-03-24 Added SYNONYM embryonic morphogenesis (sensu Magnoliophyta)
2007-03-24 Added SECONDARY GO:0048828 (embryonic morphogenesis (sensu Magnoliophyta))
2005-06-27 Added DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. Morphogenesis pertains to the creation of form. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific and may be somewhat arbitrary. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2005-06-27 Added TERM embryonic morphogenesis

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2005-06-27 Added TERM embryonic morphogenesis

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-05-04 Added SYNONYM embryonic anatomical structure morphogenesis
2010-12-12 Added DEFINITION The process in which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2010-12-12 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2010-12-01 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. Morphogenesis pertains to the creation of form. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2010-12-01 Added DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2009-08-31 Deleted SYNONYM embryonic morphogenesis (sensu Magnoliophyta)
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. Morphogenesis pertains to the creation of form. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. Morphogenesis pertains to the creation of form. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM embryonic morphogenesis (sensu Magnoliophyta)
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM embryonic morphogenesis (sensu Magnoliophyta)
2007-03-27 Updated DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. Morphogenesis pertains to the creation of form. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.
2007-03-24 Added SYNONYM embryonic morphogenesis (sensu Magnoliophyta)
2005-06-27 Added DEFINITION The process by which anatomical structures are generated and organized during the embryonic phase. Morphogenesis pertains to the creation of form. The embryonic phase begins with zygote formation. The end of the embryonic phase is organism-specific and may be somewhat arbitrary. For example, it would be at birth for mammals, larval hatching for insects and seed dormancy in plants.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-12-23 Added RELATION is a GO:0044767 (single-organism developmental process)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0009653 (anatomical structure morphogenesis)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0009790 (embryo development)

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2007-03-24 Added SECONDARY GO:0048828 (embryonic morphogenesis (sensu Magnoliophyta))
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