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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
actin cortical patch organization +   
cell junction organization +   
cell projection organization +   
cellular component assembly +   
cellular component disassembly +   
cellular component maintenance +   
cellular component morphogenesis +   
chromatin organization +   
cytoplasm organization +   
endomembrane system organization +   
external encapsulating structure organization +   
extracellular structure organization +   
membrane organization +   
microtubule organizing center attachment site organization 
microtubule organizing center organization +   
mitochondrion-endoplasmic reticulum membrane tethering  
negative regulation of cellular component organization +   
nucleoid organization +   
nucleolar chromatin organization  
oral apparatus organization 
organelle organization +   
A process that is carried out at the cellular level which results in the assembly, arrangement of constituent parts, or disassembly of an organelle within a cell. An organelle is an organized structure of distinctive morphology and function. Includes the nucleus, mitochondria, plastids, vacuoles, vesicles, ribosomes and the cytoskeleton. Excludes the plasma membrane.
periplasmic space organization 
photoreceptor cell outer segment organization  
plastoglobule organization 
positive regulation of cellular component organization +   
post-anaphase microtubule array organization 
postsynapse organization +   
presynapse organization +   
presynaptic active zone organization +   
protein-containing complex subunit organization +   
regulation of cellular component organization +   
regulation of cellular component size +   
supramolecular fiber organization +   
synapse organization +   
vacuole-ER tethering 
vesicle tethering +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: organelle organisation
Related Synonyms: organelle organization and biogenesis ;   single-organism organelle organization
Alternate IDs: GO:1902589
Definition Sources: GOC:mah

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