All terms in MS

Label Id Description
notochordal canal UBERON_0013704 [A tubular passage that extends from the primitive pit into the head process during the early stages of embryonic development in mammals. It perforates the splanchnopleure layer so that the yolk sac and the amnion are connected temporarily.]
anatomical conduit UBERON_0004111 [Any tube, opening or passage that connects two distinct anatomical spaces.]
body proper UBERON_0013702 [The region of the organism associated with the visceral organs.]
organism subdivision UBERON_0000475 [Anatomical structure which is a subdivision of a whole organism, consisting of components of multiple anatomical systems, largely surrounded by a contiguous region of integument.]
main body axis UBERON_0013701 [A principle subdivision of an organism that includes all structures along the primary axis, typically the anterior-posterior axis, from head to tail, including structures of the body proper where present (for example, ribs), but excluding appendages.]
regulation of muscle adaptation GO_0043502 [Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of muscle adaptation.]
biological regulation GO_0065007 [Any process that modulates a measurable attribute of any biological process, quality or function.]
regulation of muscle system process GO_0090257 [Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of a muscle system process, a multicellular organismal process carried out by any of the organs or tissues in a muscle system.]
regulation of response to stimulus GO_0048583 [Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of a response to a stimulus. Response to stimulus is a change in state or activity of a cell or an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of a stimulus.]
skeletal muscle adaptation GO_0043501 [Any process in which skeletal muscles change their phenotypic profiles in response to altered functional demands and a variety of signals.]
striated muscle adaptation GO_0014888 [Any process in which striated muscle adapts, with consequent modifications to structural and/or functional phenotypes, in response to a stimulus. Stimuli include contractile activity, loading conditions, substrate supply, and environmental factors. These adaptive events occur in both muscle fibers and associated structures (motoneurons and capillaries), and they involve alterations in regulatory mechanisms, contractile properties and metabolic capacities.]
muscle adaptation GO_0043500 [A process in which muscle adapts, with consequent modifications to structural and/or functional phenotypes, in response to a stimulus. Stimuli include contractile activity, loading conditions, substrate supply, and environmental factors. These adaptive events occur in both muscle fibers and associated structures (motoneurons and capillaries), and they involve alterations in regulatory mechanisms, contractile properties and metabolic capacities.]
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cranial ganglion UBERON_0001714 [The groups of nerve cell bodies associated with the twelve cranial nerves.]
ganglion UBERON_0000045 [A biological tissue mass, most commonly a mass of nerve cell bodies.]
response to stimulus GO_0050896 [Any process that results in a change in state or activity of a cell or an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of a stimulus. The process begins with detection of the stimulus and ends with a change in state or activity or the cell or organism.]
muscle system process GO_0003012 [A organ system process carried out at the level of a muscle. Muscle tissue is composed of contractile cells or fibers.]
cellular biogenic amine metabolic process GO_0006576 [The chemical reactions and pathways occurring at the level of individual cells involving any of a group of naturally occurring, biologically active amines, such as norepinephrine, histamine, and serotonin, many of which act as neurotransmitters.]
cellular amine metabolic process GO_0044106 [The chemical reactions and pathways involving any organic compound that is weakly basic in character and contains an amino or a substituted amino group, as carried out by individual cells. Amines are called primary, secondary, or tertiary according to whether one, two, or three carbon atoms are attached to the nitrogen atom.]