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Term:
response to caloric restriction (GO:0061771)
Annotations: Rat: (9) Mouse: (7) Human: (7) Chinchilla: (6) Bonobo: (7) Dog: (6) Squirrel: (6) Pig: (7)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
cellular response to nutrient levels +   
cellular response to stress +   
defense response +   
multicellular organismal response to stress +   
muscle hypertrophy in response to stress +   
negative regulation of response to nutrient levels +   
phage shock 
positive regulation of response to nutrient levels +   
regulation of appetite +   
regulation of response to nutrient levels +   
regulation of response to stress +   
response to anoxia +   
response to caloric restriction +   
A change in state or activity of a cell or an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of a caloric restriction, insufficient food energy intake.
response to cold +   
response to dietary excess +   
response to flooding 
response to fluid shear stress +   
response to food +   
response to heat +   
response to herbicide  
response to high population density 
response to hydrostatic pressure +   
response to hyperoxia +   
response to hypoxia +   
response to immobilization stress +   
response to ischemia  
response to isolation stress +   
response to nitrosative stress +   
response to nutrient +   
response to osmotic stress +   
response to oxidative stress +   
response to oxygen-glucose deprivation +   
response to psychosocial stress  
response to starvation +   
response to sterol depletion +   
response to topologically incorrect protein +   
response to water deprivation +   
response to wounding +   
stress response to acid chemical +   
stress response to metal ion +   

Synonyms
Definition Sources: GOC:dph, PMID:15520862

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