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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
behavior +   
biological adhesion +   
biological phase +   
biological regulation +   
carbohydrate utilization +   
carbon utilization +  
cell aggregation +   
cell killing +   
cell population proliferation +   
cellular component organization or biogenesis +   
cellular process +   
cellular response to toxic substance +   
detoxification +   
Any process that reduces or removes the toxicity of a toxic substance. These may include transport of the toxic substance away from sensitive areas and to compartments or complexes whose purpose is sequestration of the toxic substance.
developmental process +   
growth +   
immune system process +   
localization +   
locomotion +   
maintenance of stationary phase in response to toxin 
metabolic process +   
multi-organism process +   
multicellular organismal process +   
negative regulation of biological process +   
nitrogen utilization +   
phosphorus utilization +  
pigmentation +   
positive regulation of biological process +   
regulation of biological process +   
reproduction +   
reproductive process +   
response to acrylamide +   
response to ammonia +   
response to amphetamine +   
response to Aroclor 1254 +   
response to carbon monoxide +   
response to cisplatin +   
response to cyanide +   
response to dextromethorphan +  
response to ethanol +   
response to fungicide +   
response to herbicide +   
response to hexane 
response to hydrogen peroxide +   
response to hydrogen sulfide +   
response to insecticide +   
response to isooctane +  
response to ketamine  
response to L-dopa +   
response to latrunculin A +  
response to latrunculin B +  
response to microbial phytotoxin 
response to mycotoxin +   
response to nematicide 
response to nicotine +   
response to oxidopamine +  
response to resveratrol +   
response to stimulus +   
response to toluene +  
rhythmic process +   
signaling +   
sulfur utilization +  

Definition Sources: GOC:dos

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