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Term:
cellular component disassembly (GO:0022411)
Annotations: Rat: (425) Mouse: (404) Human: (607) Chinchilla: (329) Bonobo: (327) Dog: (395) Squirrel: (325) Pig: (394)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
actin cortical patch organization +   
blood microparticle formation +   
cell junction organization +   
cell projection organization +   
cellular component assembly +   
cellular component disassembly +   
A cellular process that results in the breakdown of a cellular component.
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 +   
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 +   
vacuole-ER tethering 
vesicle tethering +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: cell structure disassembly ;   cellular component disassembly at cellular level
Alternate IDs: GO:0071845
Definition Sources: GOC:isa_complete

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