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Term:positive regulation of appressorium formation
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Accession:GO:0075018 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of symbiont appressorium formation.
Comment:Note that this term should not be used to annotate gene products of the host. It should only be used to annotate those gene products from the symbiont involved in this process.
Synonyms:related_synonym: positive regulation of appressorium formation on or near host


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  biological_process 20027
    developmental process 6827
      positive regulation of developmental process 1474
        positive regulation of development of symbiont involved in interaction with host 0
          positive regulation of appressorium formation 0
            positive regulation of appressorium initiation + 0
            positive regulation of appressorium maturation 0
            positive regulation of establishment of turgor in appressorium 0
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  biological_process 20027
    interspecies interaction between organisms 1917
      symbiotic process 400
        interaction with host 157
          movement in host environment 122
            entry into host 100
              formation of host infection structure 0
                appressorium formation 0
                  regulation of appressorium formation 0
                    positive regulation of appressorium formation 0
                      positive regulation of appressorium initiation + 0
                      positive regulation of appressorium maturation 0
                      positive regulation of establishment of turgor in appressorium 0
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