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phenotypic switching in response to host (GO:0036167)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
aggregation involved in sorocarp development +  
biofilm formation +   
conjugation +  
cytolysis in other organism +   
cytoplasmic pattern recognition receptor signaling pathway in response to virus +   
establishment or maintenance of cell type involved in phenotypic switching 
genetic transfer +  
maintenance of stationary phase +  
maintenance of symbiont tolerance to host environment +  
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 
negative regulation of phenotypic switching +   
phenotypic switching in response to host 
A reversible switch of a cell from one phenotype to another that occurs upon infection of a host or host cell. For example, Candida albicans switches from a unicellular form to an invasive multicellular filamentous form upon infection of host tissue. Phenotypic switching begins with changes in cell morphology and altered gene expression patterns and ends when the morphology of a population of cells has reverted back to the default state, accompanied by altered expression patterns.
plant-type hypersensitive response +  
positive regulation of phenotypic switching +   
quorum sensing +   
recognition of host 
regulation of cell morphogenesis involved in phenotypic switching 
regulation of phenotypic switching +   
regulation of signal transduction in response to host +  
regulation of transcription in response to host +  
response to host defense molecules +  
response to host defenses +   
response to host iron concentration +  
response to host osmotic environment +  
response to host oxygen tension environment +  
response to host pH environment +  
response to host redox environment +  
reversible differentiation +   

Definition Sources: GOC:di, PMID:16696644, Wikipedia:Phenotypic_switching

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