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MP term:decreased total body fat amount
Synonym: decreased adipose tissue amount
Synonym: decreased adiposity
Synonym: decreased body fat
Synonym: decreased total adipose tissue amount
Synonym: reduced adipose tissue amount
Synonym: reduced total adipose tissue amount
Synonym: reduced total body fat amount
MP id: MP:0010025
Alternate id: MP:0005454
Definition: less than the normal total amount of connective tissue composed of fat cells within the entire body
Number of paths to term: 2

is-adenotes an 'is-a' relationship
part-ofdenotes a 'part-of' relationship


mammalian phenotype
        is-aadipose tissue phenotype
                is-aabnormal adipose tissue morphology
                        is-aabnormal adipose tissue amount
                                is-aabnormal brown adipose tissue amount +
                                is-aabnormal percent body fat +
                                is-aabnormal white adipose tissue amount +
                                is-adecreased total body fat amount [MP:0010025] (322 genotypes, 323 annotations)
                                        is-alipodystrophy
                                is-aincreased total body fat amount


mammalian phenotype
        is-agrowth/size/body phenotype
                is-aabnormal body composition
                        is-aabnormal body fat mass
                                is-aabnormal percent body fat +
                                is-adecreased total body fat amount [MP:0010025] (322 genotypes, 323 annotations)
                                        is-alipodystrophy
                                is-aincreased total body fat amount

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