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Term:
multi-organism organelle organization (GO:1902590)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
acidocalcisome organization 
bacterial-type flagellum organization +  
chromosome organization +   
cilium organization +   
conjugation +  
cytoskeleton organization +   
endocytosis involved in viral entry into host cell +   
endoplasmic reticulum organization +   
endoplasmic reticulum-Golgi intermediate compartment organization  
ER body organization 
fusome organization +  
gas vesicle organization 
genetic transfer +  
glycosome organization 
Golgi organization +   
lipid droplet organization +   
maintenance of stationary phase +  
mitochondrion organization +   
multi-organism cell wall macromolecule metabolic process +   
multi-organism cellular localization +  
multi-organism macropinocytosis +  
multi-organism membrane organization +   
multi-organism micropinocytosis 
multi-organism organelle organization 
An organelle organization which involves another organism.
myxococcal fruiting body development 
negative regulation of organelle organization +   
nucleus organization +   
organelle assembly +   
organelle disassembly +   
organelle fission +   
organelle fusion +   
organelle inheritance +   
P granule organization +   
peroxisome organization +   
phagosome maturation +   
plastid organization +  
positive regulation of organelle organization +   
postsynaptic specialization organization +   
quorum sensing +  
regulation of organelle organization +   
rhabdomere development +  
spectrosome organization 
subsynaptic reticulum organization 
vacuole organization +   
vesicle organization +   

Synonyms
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000089, GOC:jl, GOC:TermGenie

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