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multi-organism cell wall macromolecule metabolic process (GO:0044037)
Annotations: Rat: (1) Mouse: (1) Human: (0) Chinchilla: (0) Bonobo: (0) Dog: (0) Squirrel: (0)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
aggregation involved in sorocarp development +  
biofilm formation +   
cell wall macromolecule biosynthetic process +   
cell wall macromolecule catabolic process +   
cell wall polysaccharide metabolic process +   
cell wall proteoglycan metabolic process +  
cleavage by virus of host mRNA 
conjugation +  
cytolysis in other organism +   
cytoplasmic pattern recognition receptor signaling pathway in response to virus +   
genetic transfer +  
maintenance of stationary phase +  
melanization defense response +  
metabolism of substance in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction +   
multi-organism biosynthetic process +  
multi-organism carbohydrate metabolic process +   
multi-organism catabolic process +   
multi-organism cell wall macromolecule metabolic process +   
The chemical reactions and pathways involving macromolecules forming, or destined to form, part of a cell wall, involving more than one organism. A cell wall is a rigid or semi-rigid envelope lying outside the cell membrane of plant, fungal and most prokaryotic cells, maintaining their shape and protecting them from osmotic lysis.
multi-organism membrane organization +   
multi-organism organelle organization 
multi-organism plasmodesmata-mediated intercellular transport 
myxococcal fruiting body development 
phenotypic switching in response to host 
plant-type hypersensitive response +  
protein modification process in other organism 
proteolysis in other organism 
quorum sensing +   
regulation of cell wall macromolecule metabolic process +  
zymogen activation in other organism +  

Exact Synonyms: multi-organism cell wall macromolecule metabolism
Definition Sources: GOC:mah, GOC:tair_curators

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