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Term:regulation of meiosis I spindle assembly checkpoint
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Accession:GO:1905325 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of the meiosis I spindle assembly checkpoint.


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  biological_process 18672
    cellular process 17690
      cell cycle checkpoint 209
        spindle checkpoint 38
          regulation of spindle checkpoint 14
            regulation of meiosis I spindle assembly checkpoint 0
              positive regulation of meiosis I spindle assembly checkpoint + 0
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  biological_process 18672
    cellular process 17690
      cellular component organization or biogenesis 7148
        cellular component organization 6958
          organelle organization 4355
            organelle fission 543
              nuclear division 486
                meiotic nuclear division 205
                  meiotic chromosome segregation 105
                    meiotic chromosome separation 27
                      regulation of meiotic chromosome separation 3
                        negative regulation of meiotic chromosome separation 2
                          negative regulation of metaphase/anaphase transition of meiotic cell cycle 2
                            meiotic spindle checkpoint 1
                              meiotic spindle assembly checkpoint 1
                                meiosis I spindle assembly checkpoint 0
                                  regulation of meiosis I spindle assembly checkpoint 0
                                    positive regulation of meiosis I spindle assembly checkpoint + 0
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