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development involved in symbiotic interaction (GO:0044111)
Annotations: Rat: (2) Mouse: (2) Human: (2) Chinchilla: (2) Bonobo: (2) Dog: (2) Squirrel: (2) Pig: (2)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
abscission +   
acquisition of mycelium reproductive competence 
age-dependent general metabolic decline +   
age-related resistance +  
aging +   
anatomical structure arrangement +   
anatomical structure development +   
anatomical structure formation involved in morphogenesis +   
anatomical structure morphogenesis +   
anatomical structure regression +   
biological process involved in symbiotic interaction +   
cellular developmental process +   
dedifferentiation +   
development involved in symbiotic interaction +   
The progression of an organism from an initial condition to a later condition, occurring when the organism is in a symbiotic interaction.
developmental growth +   
developmental induction +   
developmental maturation +   
developmental process involved in reproduction +   
dormancy process +  
growth involved in symbiotic interaction 
injection of substance in to other organism +   
killing of cells of other organism +   
maintenance of cell number +   
meristem initiation +  
metabolism of substance in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction +   
modulation of process of other organism +   
negative regulation of developmental process +   
pathogenesis +   
positive regulation of developmental process +   
regulation of developmental process +   
rejection of pollen from other species 
response to other organism +   
spore germination +  
sporulation +  

Narrow Synonyms: development on or near surface of other organism involved in symbiotic interaction
Related Synonyms: development during symbiotic interaction ;   development on or near surface of other organism during symbiotic interaction
Alternate IDs: GO:0044152
Definition Sources: GO:jl, GOC:pamgo_curators

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