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MP term:abnormal embryonic cilium morphology
Synonym: abnormal embryonic cilia morphology
Synonym: abnormal embryonic ciliary morphology
Synonym: abnormal motile primary cilia morphology
Synonym: abnormal motile primary cilium morphology
Synonym: abnormal nodal cilium morphology
MP id: MP:0004131
Definition: any structural anomaly of the cilia of the mouse embryo found on the cells of the embryonic node, which generate flow of extraembryonic fluid surrounding the node in a distinct twirling motion that directs fluid flow asymmetrically across the cellular surface to affect asymmetric body plan organization
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mammalian phenotype
        is-aembryogenesis phenotype
                is-aabnormal embryogenesis/ development
                        is-aabnormal developmental patterning
                                is-aabnormal gastrulation
                                        is-aabnormal primitive streak morphology
                                                is-aabnormal primitive node morphology
                                                        is-aabnormal embryonic cilium morphology [MP:0004131] (50 genotypes, 59 annotations)
                                                                is-aabnormal embryonic cilium location or orientation
                                                                is-aabsent embryonic cilia
                                                                is-adecreased embryonic cilium length
                                                        is-aabsent primitive node

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