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Term:
meiotic sister chromatid segregation (GO:0045144)
Annotations: Rat: (10) Mouse: (15) Human: (10) Chinchilla: (7) Bonobo: (7) Dog: (10) Squirrel: (7) Pig: (10)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
attachment of spindle microtubules to kinetochore involved in meiotic chromosome segregation +   
centromere detachment from spindle pole body involved in meiotic chromosome organization 
distributive segregation 
female meiosis chromosome segregation +   
female meiosis II +   
homologous chromosome pairing at meiosis +   
homologous chromosome segregation +   
karyosome formation +  
kinetochore disassembly involved in meiotic chromosome organization 
linear element maturation +  
male meiosis chromosome segregation +   
male meiosis II +  
meiosis II nuclear envelope disassembly 
meiosis II nuclear envelope reassembly 
meiotic centromere clustering 
meiotic chromosome condensation  
meiotic chromosome decondensation 
meiotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole +   
meiotic chromosome separation +   
meiotic metaphase plate congression +   
meiotic sister chromatid cohesion +   
meiotic sister chromatid segregation +   
The cell cycle process in which sister chromatids are organized and then physically separated and randomly apportioned to two sets during the second division of the meiotic cell cycle.
meiotic spindle elongation +   
meiotic telomere clustering +   
meiotic telomere maintenance via semi-conservative replication 
mitotic sister chromatid segregation +   
negative regulation of sister chromatid segregation +   
premeiotic DNA replication DNA duplex unwinding 
regulation of sister chromatid segregation +   
sister chromatid biorientation +   
sister chromatid cohesion +   
synaptonemal complex assembly +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: meiosis II, chromosome segregation
Definition Sources: GOC:ai, ISBN:0815316194

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