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Term:negative adaptation of signaling pathway by response to pheromone involved in pheromone-induced unidirectional conjugation
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Definition:In organisms that undergo pheromone-induced unidirectional conjugation, the process involved in desensitization following exposure to pheromone stimulus that acts to down-regulate further stimulation or block initial conjugation responses.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: desensitization to pheromone during pheromone-induced unidirectional conjugation;   negative adaptation of signalling pathway by response to pheromone involved in pheromone-induced unidirectional conjugation
 related_synonym: adaptation to pheromone during pheromone-induced unidirectional conjugation


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  biological_process 20017
    multi-organism process 1260
      regulation of multi-organism process 111
        regulation of conjugation 0
          response to pheromone regulating pheromone-induced unidirectional conjugation 0
            negative adaptation of signaling pathway by response to pheromone involved in pheromone-induced unidirectional conjugation 0
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  biological_process 20017
    biological regulation 13767
      regulation of biological process 13081
        regulation of cellular process 12570
          signal transduction 7015
            regulation of signal transduction 2997
              negative regulation of signal transduction 1243
                negative adaptation of signaling pathway 30
                  negative adaptation of signaling pathway by response to pheromone involved in pheromone-induced unidirectional conjugation 0
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