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Term:
myxococcal fruiting body development (GO:0030583)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
aggregation involved in sorocarp development +  
behavioral response to starvation  
biofilm formation +   
cellular response to starvation +   
conjugation +  
cytolysis in other organism +   
cytoplasmic pattern recognition receptor signaling pathway in response to virus +   
filamentous growth of a population of unicellular organisms in response to starvation +  
genetic transfer +  
maintenance of stationary phase +  
maintenance of stationary phase in response to starvation 
melanization defense response +  
multi-organism cell wall macromolecule metabolic process +   
multi-organism membrane organization +   
multi-organism organelle organization 
multi-organism plasmodesmata-mediated intercellular transport 
myxococcal fruiting body development 
The process whose specific outcome is the progression of the myxococcal fruiting body over time, from its formation to the mature structure. The process begins when myxococci respond to a lack of nutrients in the environment and ends when the myxococcal fruiting body is a mature structure.
phenotypic switching in response to host 
plant-type hypersensitive response +  
programmed necrotic cell death in response to starvation 
quorum sensing +   
response to amino acid starvation +   
response to carbon starvation 
response to copper ion starvation +   
response to iron ion starvation  
response to manganese starvation 
response to molybdenum starvation 
response to nitrate starvation 
response to zinc ion starvation +   

Synonyms
Broad Synonyms: fruiting body development in cellular response to starvation ;   fruiting body development in response to starvation
Alternate IDs: GO:0055084
Definition Sources: GOC:mtg_sensu, ISBN:0815316194, PMID:11121786

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