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Term:
regulation of behavioral fear response (GO:2000822)
Annotations: Rat: (11) Mouse: (11) Human: (11) Chinchilla: (11) Bonobo: (11) Dog: (11) Squirrel: (10) Pig: (11)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
negative regulation of behavior +   
negative regulation of behavioral fear response  
negative regulation of defense response +   
negative regulation of fear response +   
positive regulation of behavior +   
positive regulation of behavioral fear response  
positive regulation of defense response +   
positive regulation of fear response +   
regulation by host of cytolysis of symbiont cells +  
regulation of behavioral fear response +   
Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of behavioral fear response.
regulation of cellular defense response +   
regulation of circadian sleep/wake cycle +   
regulation of CRISPR-cas system +  
regulation of defense response by callose deposition 
regulation of defense response to bacterium +   
regulation of defense response to fungus +   
regulation of defense response to insect +  
regulation of defense response to oomycetes +  
regulation of defense response to virus +   
regulation of feeding behavior +   
regulation of foraging behavior +  
regulation of grooming behavior  
regulation of host-seeking behavior +  
regulation of inflammatory response +   
regulation of innate immune response +   
regulation of locomotion involved in locomotory behavior +   
regulation of locomotor rhythm +   
regulation of male mating behavior +   
regulation of mechanosensory behavior +  
regulation of neutrophil mediated killing of symbiont cell +   
regulation of olfactory learning 
regulation of oviposition +  
regulation of xenophagy +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: regulation of behavioural fear response
Definition Sources: GOC:BHF

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