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Term:regulation of biological process
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Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of a biological process. Biological processes are regulated by many means; examples include the control of gene expression, protein modification or interaction with a protein or substrate molecule.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: regulation of physiological process
 alt_id: GO:0050791


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  biological_process 12351
    regulation of biological process 8532
      modulation of host virulence by virus 0
      negative regulation of biological process + 4776
      positive regulation of biological process + 5548
      regulation of action potential + 61
      regulation of asexual reproduction + 0
      regulation of behavior + 96
      regulation of biomineralization + 93
      regulation of carbohydrate utilization 1
      regulation of carbon utilization 0
      regulation of cellular process + 8075
      regulation of circadian rhythm + 124
      regulation of developmental pigmentation + 15
      regulation of developmental process + 2586
      regulation of estrogen receptor binding + 3
      regulation of growth + 640
      regulation of guanyl-nucleotide exchange factor activity + 11
      regulation of hemostasis + 74
      regulation of immune system process + 1182
      regulation of localization + 2672
      regulation of locomotion + 980
      regulation of membrane hyperpolarization + 8
      regulation of metabolic process + 5201
      regulation of multi-organism process + 107
      regulation of multicellular organismal process + 3143
      regulation of nitrogen utilization + 3
      regulation of phosphorus utilization + 0
      regulation of plasma lipoprotein particle levels + 64
      regulation of reproductive process + 197
      regulation of response to stimulus + 3391
      regulation of signaling + 3035
      regulation of sulfur utilization + 0
      regulation of symbiotic process + 204
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  biological_process 12351
    biological regulation 8999
      regulation of biological process 8532
        modulation of host virulence by virus 0
        negative regulation of biological process + 4776
        positive regulation of biological process + 5548
        regulation of action potential + 61
        regulation of asexual reproduction + 0
        regulation of behavior + 96
        regulation of biomineralization + 93
        regulation of carbohydrate utilization 1
        regulation of carbon utilization 0
        regulation of cellular process + 8075
        regulation of circadian rhythm + 124
        regulation of developmental pigmentation + 15
        regulation of developmental process + 2586
        regulation of estrogen receptor binding + 3
        regulation of growth + 640
        regulation of guanyl-nucleotide exchange factor activity + 11
        regulation of hemostasis + 74
        regulation of immune system process + 1182
        regulation of localization + 2672
        regulation of locomotion + 980
        regulation of membrane hyperpolarization + 8
        regulation of metabolic process + 5201
        regulation of multi-organism process + 107
        regulation of multicellular organismal process + 3143
        regulation of nitrogen utilization + 3
        regulation of phosphorus utilization + 0
        regulation of plasma lipoprotein particle levels + 64
        regulation of reproductive process + 197
        regulation of response to stimulus + 3391
        regulation of signaling + 3035
        regulation of sulfur utilization + 0
        regulation of symbiotic process + 204
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