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Term:
regulation of cell septum assembly (GO:1901891)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
division septum assembly +   
negative regulation of actin cortical patch assembly 
negative regulation of cell septum assembly +  
negative regulation of cellular component organization +   
positive regulation of cell septum assembly +  
positive regulation of cellular component biogenesis +   
positive regulation of cellular component organization +   
regulation of actin filament bundle assembly +   
regulation of actomyosin contractile ring contraction +  
regulation of actomyosin contractile ring localization +  
regulation of adherens junction organization +   
regulation of ascospore-type prospore membrane formation +  
regulation of blood microparticle formation +   
regulation of capsule organization +  
regulation of cell growth +   
regulation of cell junction assembly +   
regulation of cell projection assembly +   
regulation of cell projection organization +   
regulation of cell septum assembly +  
Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of cell septum assembly.
regulation of cell wall chitin metabolic process +  
regulation of cell-substrate junction organization +   
regulation of centrosome cycle +   
regulation of chromatin assembly +   
regulation of chromatin organization +   
regulation of chylomicron remodeling +   
regulation of clathrin-coated pit assembly +   
regulation of cytokinesis, actomyosin contractile ring assembly +   
regulation of cytokinesis, site selection +  
regulation of dense core granule biogenesis +   
regulation of endocytosis +   
regulation of endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced eIF2 alpha dephosphorylation +   
regulation of erythrocyte enucleation +   
regulation of establishment of actomyosin contractile ring localization +  
regulation of extracellular matrix assembly +   
regulation of extracellular matrix organization +   
regulation of fungal-type cell wall biogenesis +  
regulation of fungal-type cell wall organization 
regulation of fusion of sperm to egg plasma membrane +   
regulation of fusion of virus membrane with host plasma membrane +  
regulation of hyaluranon cable assembly +   
regulation of inclusion body assembly +   
regulation of intermediate filament polymerization or depolymerization +   
regulation of iron-sulfur cluster assembly +  
regulation of linear element assembly +  
regulation of membrane disassembly +  
regulation of membrane invagination +   
regulation of mitotic cytokinetic process +   
regulation of organelle assembly +   
regulation of organelle organization +   
regulation of phospholipid translocation +   
regulation of plasma lipoprotein oxidation +   
regulation of plasma membrane organization +   
regulation of postsynaptic membrane organization +   
regulation of presynaptic active zone assembly +   
regulation of protein-containing complex assembly +   
regulation of protein-containing complex disassembly +   
regulation of ribosome biogenesis +   
regulation of secondary cell septum biogenesis +  
regulation of secondary cell wall biogenesis +  
regulation of sphingolipid biosynthetic process +   
regulation of supramolecular fiber organization +   
regulation of synapse organization +   
regulation of synaptic vesicle membrane organization +  
regulation of synaptonemal complex assembly +  
regulation of syncytium formation by plasma membrane fusion +   
regulation of t-circle formation +   
regulation of tight junction disassembly +   
regulation of transcription open complex formation at RNA polymerase II promoter 
regulation of very-low-density lipoprotein particle remodeling +   
regulation of vitellogenesis +  

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