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Term:positive regulation of response to water deprivation
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Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of response to water deprivation.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: positive regulation of response to dehydration;   positive regulation of response to drought;   positive regulation of response to thirst;   up regulation of response to dehydration;   up regulation of response to drought;   up regulation of response to thirst;   up regulation of response to water deprivation;   upregulation of response to dehydration;   upregulation of response to drought;   upregulation of response to thirst;   upregulation of response to water deprivation
 narrow_synonym: activation of response to dehydration;   activation of response to drought;   activation of response to thirst;   activation of response to water deprivation
 related_synonym: activation of drought tolerance;   positive regulation of drought tolerance;   up regulation of drought tolerance;   upregulation of drought tolerance


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  biological_process 20020
    response to stimulus 10580
      positive regulation of response to stimulus 2316
        positive regulation of response to water deprivation 0
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  biological_process 20020
    response to stimulus 10580
      response to chemical 6337
        response to inorganic substance 817
          response to water 31
            response to water deprivation 18
              regulation of response to water deprivation 0
                positive regulation of response to water deprivation 0
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