chemoattraction of branchiomotor axon
name: chemoattraction of branchiomotor axon
Description: The process in which a branchiomotor neuron growth cone is directed to a specific target site in response to an attractive chemical signal. Branchiomotor neurons are located in the hindbrain and innervate branchial arch-derived muscles that control jaw movements, facial expression, the larynx, and the pharynx.
|GO:0021788||chemoattraction of branchiomotor neuron axon in neural tube|
|GO:0021791||chemoattraction of branchiomotor neuron axon in branchial arch mesenchyme|
|GO:0070887||cellular response to chemical stimulus|