The development of the tissues and organs of an organism; the formation of structural features of an organism.
The combined processes of cell division, differentiation, organ initiation, and organ development.
Transformation of tissue or organs through development and differentiation.
The development of the form of an organ, part of the body, or organism.
formal development; the forming of structures.
(more´ fo jen´ e sis) [Gr. morphe: form + genesis: origin] • The development of form. Morphogenesis is the overall consequence of determination, differentiation, and growth.
the process of development involving a change in form (shape) and size.
differentiation of cells and tissues in the early embryo that establishes the form and structure of the various organs and parts of the body
the development of body shape and organization during ontogeny.
The development of form and structure of an organism.
The development of size, form and other structural features of organisms.
The progressive development of form and shape of an organism, or of an individual organ or tissue within the organism.
Process responsible for the development of form that accompanies growth.
differentiation and growth of the structure of an organism (or a part of an organism)
Morphogenesis is a change in the shape or structure of an organism through growth and differentiation.
the belief that any experience or information held by a life form will disseminate throughout the universe unaided. A version of holographic reality.
Developmental changes in the inner structure and outer form of an organism.
The coming into being of form.
Gr. morphe - shape, form; genesis - origin, descent]. The development of form and structure in a cell or aggregation of cells.
(a) The evolution of a structure from an undifferentiated to a differentiated state. (b) The process of growth and development of differentiated structures.
Morphogenesis (from the Greek morphÃª shape and genesis creation) is one of three fundamental aspects of developmental biology along with the control of cell growth and cellular differentiation. Morphogenesis is concerned with the shapes of tissues, organs and entire organisms and the positions of the various specialized cell types. Cell growth and differentiation can take place in cell culture or inside of tumor cell masses without the normal morphogenesis that is seen in an intact organism.