Developmental biology


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Developmental biology

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Developmental biology is the field of biology that studies the processes by which multicellular organisms grow and develop, controlled by their genes. Knowledge of normal developmental processes can aid in the understanding of developmental abnormalities and other conditions such as cancer.

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236 skos:definition The epigenetic memory of a cell defines the set of modifications to the cell's deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) that do not alter the DNA sequence, and have been inherited from the cell from which it descends. Such modifications can alter gene expression and therefore the properties and behaviour of the cell.
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241 skos:Concept
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244 Animal Models
245 Experimental Animal Model
246 Experimental Animal Models
247 Laboratory Animal Model
248 Laboratory Animal Models
249 Laboratory organism
250 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/biological-techniques
251 sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
252 skos:definition Experimental organisms are non-human organisms that can be studied or manipulated in a controlled setting, typically a laboratory.
253 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
254 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/model-fungi
255 sg:ontologies/subjects/model-invertebrates
256 sg:ontologies/subjects/model-plants
257 sg:ontologies/subjects/model-prokaryotes
258 sg:ontologies/subjects/model-protists
259 sg:ontologies/subjects/model-vertebrates
260 sg:ontologies/subjects/non-model-organisms
261 sg:ontologies/subjects/synthetic-organisms
262 sg:ontologies/subjects/transgenic-organisms
263 skos:prefLabel Experimental organisms
264 sg:ontologies/subjects/germline-development sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
265 rdf:type npg:Subject
266 skos:Concept
267 rdfs:label Germline development
268 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
269 skos:definition Germline development is the development of the cell lineage that gives rise to the reproductive cells, called gametes, of sexually reproducing organisms. Primordial germ cells, the founder cells of the germ line, are set aside in the early animal embryo, and divide and differentiate to produce sperm and egg, the male and female gametes.
270 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
271 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/oogenesis
272 sg:ontologies/subjects/spermatogenesis
273 skos:prefLabel Germline development
274 sg:ontologies/subjects/haematopoiesis sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
275 rdf:type npg:Subject
276 skos:Concept
277 rdfs:label Haematopoiesis
278 skos:altLabel Medullary Hematopoiesis
279 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
280 sg:ontologies/subjects/immunology
281 skos:definition Haematopoiesis refers to the commitment and differentiation processes that lead to the formation of all blood cells from haematopoietic stem cells. In adults, haematopoiesis occurs mainly in the bone marrow (medullary), but it can also occur in other tissues such as the liver, thymus and spleen (extramedullary).
282 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
283 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/erythropoiesis
284 sg:ontologies/subjects/leukopoiesis
285 sg:ontologies/subjects/lymphopoiesis
286 sg:ontologies/subjects/myelopoiesis
287 sg:ontologies/subjects/thrombopoiesis
288 skos:prefLabel Haematopoiesis
289 sg:ontologies/subjects/intrauterine-growth sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
290 rdf:type npg:Subject
291 skos:Concept
292 rdfs:label Intrauterine growth
293 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
294 sg:ontologies/subjects/paediatrics
295 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
296 skos:prefLabel Intrauterine growth
297 sg:ontologies/subjects/lymphangiogenesis sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
298 rdf:type npg:Subject
299 skos:Concept
300 rdfs:label Lymphangiogenesis
301 skos:altLabel Lymphangiogeneses
302 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
303 sg:ontologies/subjects/lymphatic-system
304 sg:ontologies/subjects/organogenesis
305 skos:definition Lymphangiogenesis is the process through which new lymphatic vessels are formed.
306 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
307 skos:prefLabel Lymphangiogenesis
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309 rdf:type npg:Subject
310 skos:Concept
311 rdfs:label Morphogenesis
312 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
313 skos:definition Morphogenesis is the process by which an organism, tissue or organ develops its shape. Morphogenesis is driven by various cellular and developmental processes including cell proliferation, differentiation, apoptosis, cell migration and cell adhesion.
314 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
315 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/biological-metamorphosis
316 sg:ontologies/subjects/body-patterning
317 sg:ontologies/subjects/cell-lineage
318 sg:ontologies/subjects/embryonic-induction
319 sg:ontologies/subjects/epithelial-mesenchymal-transition
320 sg:ontologies/subjects/gastrulation
321 skos:prefLabel Morphogenesis
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323 rdf:type npg:Subject
324 skos:Concept
325 rdfs:label Neurogenesis
326 skos:altLabel Neurogeneses
327 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
328 sg:ontologies/subjects/neuroscience
329 sg:ontologies/subjects/organogenesis
330 skos:definition Neurogenesis is the formation of neurons from neural stem cells occurring during embryonic development and throughout adult life. During neurogenesis, neural stem cells divide and differentiate to form mature neurons. Mature neurons do not divide and carry extensions such as axons and dendrites, allowing them to send and receive electrical pulses.
331 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
332 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/adult-neurogenesis
333 sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-neurogenesis
334 skos:prefLabel Neurogenesis
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336 rdf:type npg:Subject
337 skos:Concept
338 rdfs:label Organogenesis
339 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
340 skos:definition Organogenesis is the process by which the internal organs and specific structures such as the limb are formed during development of an organism. Organogenesis involves the coordination of multiple developmental processes such as embryonic induction, pattern formation, morphogenesis, cell proliferation and differentiation.
341 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
342 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/angiogenesis
343 sg:ontologies/subjects/limb-development
344 sg:ontologies/subjects/lymphangiogenesis
345 sg:ontologies/subjects/musculoskeletal-development
346 sg:ontologies/subjects/neurogenesis
347 skos:prefLabel Organogenesis
348 sg:ontologies/subjects/pattern-formation sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
349 rdf:type npg:Subject
350 skos:Concept
351 rdfs:label Pattern formation
352 skos:altLabel Axial Patterning (Embryology)
353 Body Pattern Formation
354 Body Pattern Specification
355 Body Patterning
356 Development Polarity
357 Embryonic Pattern Formation
358 Embryonic Pattern Formations
359 Embryonic Pattern Specification
360 Polarity of Development
361 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
362 skos:definition Pattern formation is the developmental process by which cells acquire different identities, depending on their relative spatial positions within the embryo. Pattern formation ensures that tissues and organs develop in the correct place and orientation within the body.
363 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
364 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/ectoderm
365 sg:ontologies/subjects/embryonic-induction
366 sg:ontologies/subjects/endoderm
367 sg:ontologies/subjects/mesoderm
368 skos:prefLabel Pattern formation
369 sg:ontologies/subjects/pluripotency sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
370 rdf:type npg:Subject
371 skos:Concept
372 rdfs:label Pluripotency
373 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
374 skos:definition Pluripotency describes the ability of a cell to develop into the three primary germ cell layers of the early embryo and therefore into all cells of the adult body, but not extra-embryonic tissues such as the placenta. Embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells are characterised by their pluripotency.
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376 skos:prefLabel Pluripotency
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378 rdf:type npg:Subject
379 skos:Concept
380 rdfs:label Reprogramming
381 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
382 sg:ontologies/subjects/stem-cells
383 skos:definition Cell reprogramming is the process of reverting mature, specialised cells into induced pluripotent stem cells. Reprogramming also refers to the erasure and re-establishment of epigenetic marks during mammalian germ cell development.
384 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
385 skos:prefLabel Reprogramming
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387 rdf:type npg:Subject
388 skos:Concept
389 rdfs:label Self-renewal
390 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
391 sg:ontologies/subjects/stem-cells
392 skos:definition Self-renewal is the process of giving rise to indefinitely more cells of the same cell type. All stem cells have the capacity to self-renew by dividing.
393 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
394 skos:prefLabel Self-renewal
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396 rdf:type npg:Subject
397 skos:Concept
398 rdfs:label Senescence
399 skos:altLabel Aging
400 Biological Aging
401 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/cell-biology
402 sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
403 skos:definition Senescence is the process by which cells irreversibly stop dividing and enter a state of permanent growth arrest without undergoing cell death. Senescence can be induced by unrepaired DNA damage or other cellular stresses.
404 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
405 skos:prefLabel Senescence
406 sg:ontologies/subjects/stem-cell-niche sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
407 rdf:type npg:Subject
408 skos:Concept
409 rdfs:label Stem-cell niche
410 skos:altLabel Stem Cell Niches
411 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
412 sg:ontologies/subjects/stem-cells
413 skos:definition A stem-cell niche is an area of a tissue that provides a specific microenvironment, in which stem cells are present in an undifferentiated and self-renewable state. Cells of the stem-cell niche interact with the stem cells to maintain them or promote their differentiation.
414 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
415 skos:prefLabel Stem-cell niche
416 sg:ontologies/subjects/stem-cells sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
417 rdf:type npg:Subject
418 skos:Concept
419 rdfs:label Stem cells
420 skos:altLabel Colony Forming Unit
421 Colony Forming Units
422 Colony-Forming Unit
423 Colony-Forming Units
424 Mother Cell
425 Mother Cells
426 Progenitor Cell
427 Progenitor Cells
428 Stem Cell
429 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/biological-sciences
430 sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
431 skos:definition Stem cells are cells that have the capacity to self-renew by dividing and to develop into more mature, specialised cells. Stem cells can be unipotent, multipotent, pluripotent or totipotent, depending on the number of cell types to which they can give rise.
432 skos:inScheme sg:ontologies/subjects/
433 skos:narrower sg:ontologies/subjects/adult-stem-cells
434 sg:ontologies/subjects/ageing
435 sg:ontologies/subjects/cancer-stem-cells
436 sg:ontologies/subjects/embryonic-germ-cells
437 sg:ontologies/subjects/embryonic-stem-cells
438 sg:ontologies/subjects/epigenetic-memory
439 sg:ontologies/subjects/haematopoietic-stem-cells
440 sg:ontologies/subjects/heart-stem-cells
441 sg:ontologies/subjects/intestinal-stem-cells
442 sg:ontologies/subjects/mammary-stem-cells
443 sg:ontologies/subjects/mesenchymal-stem-cells
444 sg:ontologies/subjects/multipotent-stem-cells
445 sg:ontologies/subjects/muscle-stem-cells
446 sg:ontologies/subjects/neural-stem-cells
447 sg:ontologies/subjects/pluripotent-stem-cells
448 sg:ontologies/subjects/quiescence
449 sg:ontologies/subjects/regeneration
450 sg:ontologies/subjects/reprogramming
451 sg:ontologies/subjects/self-renewal
452 sg:ontologies/subjects/skin-stem-cells
453 sg:ontologies/subjects/stem-cell-differentiation
454 sg:ontologies/subjects/stem-cell-niche
455 sg:ontologies/subjects/totipotent-stem-cells
456 sg:ontologies/subjects/transdifferentiation
457 skos:prefLabel Stem cells
458 sg:ontologies/subjects/transdifferentiation sgo:sdDataset onto_subjects
459 rdf:type npg:Subject
460 skos:Concept
461 rdfs:label Transdifferentiation
462 skos:altLabel Cell Transdifferentiation
463 Cell Transdifferentiations
464 Lineage conversion
465 skos:broader sg:ontologies/subjects/developmental-biology
466 sg:ontologies/subjects/stem-cells
467 skos:definition Transdifferentiation is the conversion of a cell type present in one tissue or organ into a cell type from another tissue or organ without going through a pluripotent cell state. Transdifferentiation between some cell types can occur naturally in response to injury and can be induced experimentally.
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469 skos:prefLabel Transdifferentiation
470 skos:Concept sgo:sdDataset for_codes
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474 skos:Concept
 




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