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MP term:lethargy
Synonym: languor
Synonym: listlessness
Synonym: torpidity
Synonym: torpor
MP id: MP:0005202
Definition: mild impairment of consciousness resulting in reduced alertness and awareness and/or sluggish behavior or inactivity; can be due to generalized brain dysfunction
Number of paths to term: 1

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part-ofdenotes a 'part-of' relationship


mammalian phenotype
        is-abehavior/neurological phenotype
                is-aabnormal behavior
                        is-aabnormal motor capabilities/coordination/movement
                                is-aabnormal voluntary movement
                                        is-aabnormal locomotor behavior
                                                is-aabnormal locomotor activation
                                                        is-aabnormal vertical activity +
                                                        is-aakinesia
                                                        is-abehavioral arrest
                                                        is-abradykinesia
                                                        is-adystonia
                                                        is-ahyperactivity +
                                                        is-ahypoactivity +
                                                        is-alethargy [MP:0005202] (177 genotypes, 177 annotations)
                                                        is-ano spontaneous movement
                                                        is-apositive geotaxis
                                                        is-aretropulsion +

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