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Term:
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
cell motility +   
directional locomotion +   
dissemination or transmission of organism from other organism involved in symbiotic interaction +   
flight +  
locomotion involved in locomotory behavior +   
movement in environment of other organism involved in symbiotic interaction +   
multicellular organismal locomotion 
negative regulation of biological process +   
negative regulation of locomotion +   
positive regulation of biological process +   
positive regulation of locomotion +   
regulation of action potential +   
regulation of asexual reproduction +  
regulation of behavior +   
regulation of carbohydrate utilization  
regulation of carbon utilization 
regulation of cell adhesion +   
regulation of cell killing +   
regulation of cellular component biogenesis +   
regulation of cellular process +   
regulation of circadian rhythm +   
regulation of developmental pigmentation +   
regulation of developmental process +   
regulation of estrogen receptor binding +   
regulation of growth +   
regulation of guanyl-nucleotide exchange factor activity +   
regulation of hemostasis +   
regulation of immune system process +   
regulation of localization +   
regulation of locomotion +   
Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of locomotion of a cell or organism.
regulation of maintenance of permeability of blood-brain barrier +   
regulation of membrane hyperpolarization +   
regulation of metabolic process +   
regulation of multi-organism process +   
regulation of multicellular organismal process +   
regulation of nitrogen utilization +   
regulation of phosphorus utilization +  
regulation of plasma lipoprotein particle levels +   
regulation of reproductive process +   
regulation of response to stimulus +   
regulation of signaling +   
regulation of sulfur utilization +  
swimming  
taxis +   

Synonyms
Definition Sources: GOC:ems

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