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GO Term History: Displaying 93 audit records for all terms for the date 2003-04-08

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Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2003-04-08 GO:0015779 glucuronoside transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of glucuronosides into, out of, within or between cells. Glucuronosides are any compound formed by combination of glycosidic linkage of a hydroxy compound (e.g. an alcohol or a saccharide) with the anomeric carbon atom of glucuronate.
2003-04-08 GO:0015164 glucuronoside transmembrane transporter activity Updated DEFINITION Enables the directed movement of glucuronosides into, out of, within or between cells. Glucuronosides are any compound formed by combination of glycosidic linkage of a hydroxy compound (e.g. an alcohol or a saccharide) with the anomeric carbon atom of glucuronate.
2003-04-08 GO:0006895 Golgi to endosome transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances from the Golgi to early sorting endosomes. Clathrin vesicles transport substances from the trans-Golgi to endosomes.
2003-04-08 GO:0006896 Golgi to vacuole transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances from the Golgi to the vacuole.
2003-04-08 GO:0016969 hemerythrin Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. An oxygen carrier found in a few groups of invertebrates, e.g. sipunculid worms, certain molluscs, and crustaceans.
2003-04-08 GO:0015778 hexuronide transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of hexuronide into, out of, within or between cells. Hexuronides are any compound formed by combination of glycosidic linkage of a hydroxy compound (e.g. an alcohol or a saccharide) with the anomeric carbon atom of a hexuronate.
2003-04-08 GO:0015163 hexuronide transmembrane transporter activity Updated DEFINITION Enables the directed movement of hexuronide into, out of, within or between cells. Hexuronides are any compound formed by combination of glycosidic linkage of a hydroxy compound (e.g. an alcohol or a saccharide) with the anomeric carbon atom of a hexuronate.
2003-04-08 GO:0046909 intermembrane transport Added DEFINITION The directed movement of substances between the intracellular membranes of a cell, for example, the transfer of glycolipids from the ER to other cellular membrane structures in which they reside.
2003-04-08 GO:0005707 interphase chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the cell during interphase of the cell cycle. Chromosomes are usually decondensed during interphase and each long DNA molecule in a chromosome is divided into a large number of discrete domains that are folded differently.
2003-04-08 GO:0046907 intracellular transport Added DEFINITION The directed movement of substances within a cell.
2003-04-08 GO:0005699 kinetochore Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A specialized assembly of proteins that bind to the centromere and also attach to microtubules growing out from centrosomes during mitosis. 'They are involved in the separation of chromosomes into the daughter cells. They are composed of centromere-binding proteins.
2003-04-08 GO:0045324 late endosome to vacuole transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances from late endosomes to the vacuole. In yeast, after transport to the prevacuolar compartment, endocytic content is delivered to the late endosome and on to the vacuole. This pathway is analogous to endosome to lysosome transport.
2003-04-08 GO:0045204 MAPK export from nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of a MAP kinase from the nucleus to the cytoplasm.
2003-04-08 GO:0045208 MAPK phosphatase export from nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of a MAPK phosphatase from the nucleus to the cytoplasm.
2003-04-08 GO:0046908 negative regulation of crystal formation Added TERM negative regulation of crystal formation
2003-04-08 GO:0045263 proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o) Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o)
2003-04-08 GO:0045264 plasma membrane proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o) Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o) (sensu Bacteria)
2003-04-08 GO:0045265 proton-transporting ATP synthase, stator stalk Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase, stator stalk
2003-04-08 GO:0045267 proton-transporting ATP synthase, catalytic core Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase, catalytic core
2003-04-08 GO:0045269 proton-transporting ATP synthase, central stalk Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase, central stalk
2003-04-08 GO:0042630 behavioral response to water deprivation Updated TERM behavioral response to water deprivation
2003-04-08 GO:0042637 catagen Updated TERM catagen
2003-04-08 GO:0042641 actomyosin Added TERM actomyosin
2003-04-08 GO:0042642 actomyosin, myosin complex part Added TERM actomyosin, myosin component
2003-04-08 GO:0042643 actomyosin, actin portion Added TERM actomyosin, actin component
2003-04-08 GO:0046909 intermembrane transport Added TERM intermembrane transport
2003-04-08 GO:0046906 tetrapyrrole binding Added TERM tetrapyrrole binding activity
2003-04-08 GO:0046907 intracellular transport Added TERM intracellular transport
2003-04-08 GO:0000276 mitochondrial proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o) Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o) (sensu Eukarya)
2003-04-08 GO:0042630 behavioral response to water deprivation Deleted SYNONYM behavioural response to drought
2003-04-08 GO:0042630 behavioral response to water deprivation Deleted SYNONYM behavioural response to thirst
2003-04-08 GO:0042630 behavioral response to water deprivation Added SYNONYM behavioral response to drought
2003-04-08 GO:0042630 behavioral response to water deprivation Added SYNONYM behavioral response to thirst
2003-04-08 GO:0045265 proton-transporting ATP synthase, stator stalk Added SYNONYM hydrogen-transporting ATP synthase, stator stalk
2003-04-08 GO:0045267 proton-transporting ATP synthase, catalytic core Added SYNONYM hydrogen-transporting ATP synthase, catalytic core
2003-04-08 GO:0042629 mast cell granule Updated DEFINITION Coarse, bluish-black staining cytoplasmic granules, bounded by a plasma membrane and found in mast cells and basophils. Contents include histamine, heparin, chondroitin sulfates, chymase and tryptase.
2003-04-08 GO:0005711 meiotic chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome involved in the process of meiosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0005710 metaphase chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the cell during metaphase. Typically, sister chromatids are held together at their centromeres and chromosomes are covered with a large number of molecules, including ribonucleoproteins.
2003-04-08 GO:0006839 mitochondrial transport Updated DEFINITION Transport of substances into, out of or within a mitochondrion.
2003-04-08 GO:0005708 mitotic chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome involved in the process of mitosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0046908 negative regulation of crystal formation Added DEFINITION Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the rate of the spontaneous (non-enzymatic) formation of crystals in a solution, for example, calcium oxalate crystals in urine.
2003-04-08 GO:0005717 chromatin Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The network of fibers of DNA and protein that make up the chromosomes of the eukaryotic nucleus during interphase. It stains strongly with basic dyes. Some parts of the chromosomes are highly dispersed (called euchromatin) and other parts are highly condensed (called heterochromatin). Chromatin is made up of repeating units, each unit consisting of some 200 DNA base pairs and two each of histones H2A, H2B, H3, and H4; most of the DNA is wound around the outside of a core of histories to form nucleosomes. The remainder of the DNA, linker DNA, joins adjacent nucleosomes, thereby contributing flexibility to the chromatin fiber, a flexibly jointed chain of nucleosomes.
2003-04-08 GO:0000777 condensed chromosome kinetochore Updated DEFINITION A multi-subunit complex that is located at the pericentric region of a condensed chromosome and provides an attachment point for the spindle microtubules.
2003-04-08 GO:0000794 condensed nuclear chromosome Updated DEFINITION A highly compacted molecule of DNA and associated proteins resulting in a cytologically distinct structure that remains in the nucleus.
2003-04-08 GO:0000778 condensed nuclear chromosome kinetochore Updated DEFINITION A multi-subunit complex that is located at the pericentric region of a condensed chromosome in the nucleus and provides an attachment point for the spindle microtubules.
2003-04-08 GO:0000796 condensin complex Updated DEFINITION A multi-subunit protein complex that plays a central role in chromosome condensation.
2003-04-08 GO:0005676 condensin complex Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A five-subunit protein complex that plays a central role in mitotic chromosome condensation. The Xenopus condensin complex is composed of two subcomplexes, an 8S core subcomplex (8SC)1 consisting of two structural maintenance of chromosomes (SMC) subunits (XCAP-C and -E) and an 11S regulatory subcomplex (11SR) containing three non-SMC subunits (XCAP-D2, -G, and -H).
2003-04-08 GO:0000799 nuclear condensin complex Updated DEFINITION A multi-subunit protein complex that plays a central role in chromosome condensation of chromosomes that remain in the nucleus.
2003-04-08 GO:0000232 nuclear interphase chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the nucleus during interphase.
2003-04-08 GO:0000230 nuclear mitotic chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the nucleus during mitosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0005718 nucleosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A particle that forms the primary packing unit of DNA in chromatin. Each consists of a segment of duplex DNA, 160-240 base pairs long, with associated histone proteins; about 146 base pairs of the DNA comprise a core particle and the remainder form the linker DNA. The core particle is a disk-like structure, 11 nm in diameter and 5.7 nm thick, consisting of two molecules each of histories H2A, H2B, H3, and H4 with approximately two superhelical turns of double-stranded DNA wound round it. In many species, an average of one molecule of histone H1 (or a variant) is on the exterior of each core particle and appears to mediate the packing together of adjacent nucleosomes in condensed chromatin.
2003-04-08 GO:0006778 porphyrin-containing compound metabolic process Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving any member of a large group of derivatives or analogs of porphyrin. Porphyrins consists of a ring of four pyrrole nuclei linked each to the next at their alpha positions through a methine group.
2003-04-08 GO:0005709 prophase chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the cell during prophase.
2003-04-08 GO:0006611 protein export from nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of a protein from the nucleus into the cytoplasm.
2003-04-08 GO:0006606 protein import into nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of a protein from the cytoplasm to the nucleus.
2003-04-08 GO:0045269 proton-transporting ATP synthase, central stalk Updated DEFINITION One of two stalks that connect the catalytic core of the hydrogen-transporting ATP synthase to the membrane-associated Fo proteins; rotates within the catalytic core during catalysis.
2003-04-08 GO:0045265 proton-transporting ATP synthase, stator stalk Updated DEFINITION One of two stalks that connect the catalytic core of the hydrogen-transporting ATP synthase to the membrane-associated Fo proteins; is thought to prevent futile rotation of the catalytic core.
2003-04-08 GO:0042634 regulation of hair cycle Updated DEFINITION Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of the cyclical phases of growth (anagen), regression (catagen), quiescence (telogen), and shedding (exogen) in the life of a hair.
2003-04-08 GO:0046690 response to tellurium ion Updated DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression etc.) as a result of exposure to tellurium (Te) ion.
2003-04-08 GO:0042147 retrograde transport, endosome to Golgi Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of membrane bound vesicles from recycling endosomes back to the trans-Golgi network where they are recycled for further rounds of transport.
2003-04-08 GO:0008090 retrograde axon cargo transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of organelles along microtubules from the cell periphery toward the cell body in nerve cell axons.
2003-04-08 GO:0045018 retrograde transport, vacuole to Golgi Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances from the vacuole to the trans-Golgi network; this occurs in yeast via the prevacuolar/endosomal compartment.
2003-04-08 GO:0000054 ribosomal subunit export from nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of a ribosome from the nucleus into the cytoplasm.
2003-04-08 GO:0006616 SRP-dependent cotranslational protein targeting to membrane, translocation Updated DEFINITION The process during co-translational membrane targeting wherein proteins move across a membrane. SRP and its receptor initiate the transfer of the nascent chain across the ER membrane; they then dissociate from the chain, which is transferred to a set of transmembrane proteins, collectively called the translocon. Once the nascent chain translocon complex is assembled, the elongating chain passes directly from the large ribosomal subunit into the centers of the translocon, a protein-lined channel within the membrane. The growing chain is never exposed to the cytosol and does not fold until it reaches the ER lumen.
2003-04-08 GO:0005716 synaptonemal complex Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A structure that holds paired chromosomes together during prophase I of meiosis and that promotes genetic recombination.
2003-04-08 GO:0005696 telomere Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A complex of DNA and protein that seals the end of a chromosome. The telomeric DNA consists of simple tandemly repeated sequences specific for each species. Typically one strand is G-rich and the other C-rich. The G-rich strand forms a 3'-terminal overhang, the length of which varies with species. The single strand overhang is bound by a variety of proteins, including telomere capping proteins that bind to the single-stranded DNA.
2003-04-08 GO:0046906 tetrapyrrole binding Added DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a tetrapyrrole, a compound containing four pyrrole nuclei variously substituted and linked to each other through carbons at the alpha position.
2003-04-08 GO:0009535 chloroplast thylakoid membrane Updated DEFINITION The pigmented membrane of a plant thylakoid.
2003-04-08 GO:0045056 transcytosis Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of endocytosed material through the cell and its exocytosis from the plasma membrane at the opposite side.
2003-04-08 GO:0046908 negative regulation of crystal formation Added SYNONYM negative regulation of mineralization
2003-04-08 GO:0042348 NF-kappaB import into nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of NF-kappaB, a transcription factor for eukaryotic RNA polymerase II promoters, from the cytoplasm into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane.
2003-04-08 GO:0045269 proton-transporting ATP synthase, central stalk Added SYNONYM hydrogen-transporting ATP synthase, central stalk
2003-04-08 GO:0046906 tetrapyrrole binding Added SYNONYM porphyrin binding activity
2003-04-08 GO:0042641 actomyosin Added DEFINITION Any complex of actin, myosin, and accessory proteins.
2003-04-08 GO:0042643 actomyosin, actin portion Added DEFINITION The actin part of any complex of actin, myosin, and accessory proteins.
2003-04-08 GO:0042642 actomyosin, myosin complex part Added DEFINITION The myosin part of any complex of actin, myosin, and accessory proteins.
2003-04-08 GO:0007578 aging dependent sterility (sensu Saccharomyces) Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A haploid's inability to mate due to the loss of silencing at the mating type loci, resulting in expression of both of the normally silent mating type cassettes.
2003-04-08 GO:0008089 anterograde axon cargo transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of organelles along microtubules from the cell body toward the cell periphery in nerve cell axons.
2003-04-08 GO:0019566 arabinose metabolic process Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving arabinose, arabino-pentose. L-Arabinose occurs both free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, as a constituent of plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides and so on. D-arabinose is a constituent of arabinonucleosides.
2003-04-08 GO:0015751 arabinose transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of arabinose into, out of, within or between cells. L-Arabinose occurs both free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, as a constituent of plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides and so on. D-arabinose is a constituent of arabinonucleosides.
2003-04-08 GO:0008088 axon cargo transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of organelles along microtubules in nerve cell axons.
2003-04-08 GO:0005698 centromere Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The region of a eukaryotic chromosome that is attached to the spindle during nuclear division. It is defined genetically as the region of the chromosome that always segregates at the first division of meiosis; the region of the chromosome in which no crossing over occurs. At the start of M phase, each chromosome consists of two sister chromatids with a constriction at a point which forms the centromere. During late prophase two kinetochores assemble on each centromere, one kinetochore on each sister chromatid.
2003-04-08 GO:0005695 chromatid Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. One of the two daughter strands of a duplicated chromosome that become apparent between early prophase and metaphase in mitosis and between diplotene and second metaphase in meiosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0000797 condensin core heterodimer Updated DEFINITION The core heterodimer of a condensin complex, a multi-subunit protein complex that plays a central role in chromosome condensation.
2003-04-08 GO:0008621 condensin core heterodimer Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The core heterodimer of a condensin complex; the Xenopus condensin core heterodimer is an 8S subcomplex (8SC)1 consisting of two structural maintenance of chromosomes (SMC) subunits (XCAP-C and -E).
2003-04-08 GO:0045054 constitutive secretory pathway Updated DEFINITION The constitutive pathway required by all cells, along which substances are moved around and out of the cell. Transport vesicles destined for the plasma membrane leave the trans-Golgi network in a steady stream. The membrane proteins and the lipids in these vesicles provide new components for the plasma membrane, while the soluble proteins inside the vesicles are secreted to the extracellular space by exocytosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0016288 cytokinesis Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The division of a cell into two daughter cells following mitosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0000233 cytoplasmic interphase chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the cytoplasm during interphase.
2003-04-08 GO:0000231 cytoplasmic mitotic chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the cytoplasm during mitosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0000809 cytoplasmic origin of replication recognition complex Updated DEFINITION A multi-subunit complex that is located at the replication origins of a chromosome in the cytoplasm.
2003-04-08 GO:0045022 early endosome to late endosome transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances, in membrane bound vesicles, from the early sorting endosomes to the late sorting endosomes; transport occurs along microtubules and can be experimentally blocked with microtubule-depolymerizing drugs.
2003-04-08 GO:0008333 endosome to lysosome transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances from endosomes to lysosomes.
2003-04-08 GO:0016197 endosomal transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances into, out of or mediated by an endosome, a membrane-bound organelle that carries materials newly ingested by endocytosis. It passes many of the materials to lysosomes for degradation.

Terms

Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2003-04-08 GO:0046908 negative regulation of crystal formation Added TERM negative regulation of crystal formation
2003-04-08 GO:0045263 proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o) Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o)
2003-04-08 GO:0045264 plasma membrane proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o) Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o) (sensu Bacteria)
2003-04-08 GO:0045265 proton-transporting ATP synthase, stator stalk Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase, stator stalk
2003-04-08 GO:0045267 proton-transporting ATP synthase, catalytic core Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase, catalytic core
2003-04-08 GO:0045269 proton-transporting ATP synthase, central stalk Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase, central stalk
2003-04-08 GO:0042630 behavioral response to water deprivation Updated TERM behavioral response to water deprivation
2003-04-08 GO:0042637 catagen Updated TERM catagen
2003-04-08 GO:0042641 actomyosin Added TERM actomyosin
2003-04-08 GO:0042642 actomyosin, myosin complex part Added TERM actomyosin, myosin component
2003-04-08 GO:0042643 actomyosin, actin portion Added TERM actomyosin, actin component
2003-04-08 GO:0046909 intermembrane transport Added TERM intermembrane transport
2003-04-08 GO:0046906 tetrapyrrole binding Added TERM tetrapyrrole binding activity
2003-04-08 GO:0046907 intracellular transport Added TERM intracellular transport
2003-04-08 GO:0000276 mitochondrial proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o) Updated TERM proton-transporting ATP synthase complex, coupling factor F(o) (sensu Eukarya)

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2003-04-08 GO:0015779 glucuronoside transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of glucuronosides into, out of, within or between cells. Glucuronosides are any compound formed by combination of glycosidic linkage of a hydroxy compound (e.g. an alcohol or a saccharide) with the anomeric carbon atom of glucuronate.
2003-04-08 GO:0015164 glucuronoside transmembrane transporter activity Updated DEFINITION Enables the directed movement of glucuronosides into, out of, within or between cells. Glucuronosides are any compound formed by combination of glycosidic linkage of a hydroxy compound (e.g. an alcohol or a saccharide) with the anomeric carbon atom of glucuronate.
2003-04-08 GO:0006895 Golgi to endosome transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances from the Golgi to early sorting endosomes. Clathrin vesicles transport substances from the trans-Golgi to endosomes.
2003-04-08 GO:0006896 Golgi to vacuole transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances from the Golgi to the vacuole.
2003-04-08 GO:0016969 hemerythrin Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. An oxygen carrier found in a few groups of invertebrates, e.g. sipunculid worms, certain molluscs, and crustaceans.
2003-04-08 GO:0015778 hexuronide transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of hexuronide into, out of, within or between cells. Hexuronides are any compound formed by combination of glycosidic linkage of a hydroxy compound (e.g. an alcohol or a saccharide) with the anomeric carbon atom of a hexuronate.
2003-04-08 GO:0015163 hexuronide transmembrane transporter activity Updated DEFINITION Enables the directed movement of hexuronide into, out of, within or between cells. Hexuronides are any compound formed by combination of glycosidic linkage of a hydroxy compound (e.g. an alcohol or a saccharide) with the anomeric carbon atom of a hexuronate.
2003-04-08 GO:0046909 intermembrane transport Added DEFINITION The directed movement of substances between the intracellular membranes of a cell, for example, the transfer of glycolipids from the ER to other cellular membrane structures in which they reside.
2003-04-08 GO:0005707 interphase chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the cell during interphase of the cell cycle. Chromosomes are usually decondensed during interphase and each long DNA molecule in a chromosome is divided into a large number of discrete domains that are folded differently.
2003-04-08 GO:0046907 intracellular transport Added DEFINITION The directed movement of substances within a cell.
2003-04-08 GO:0005699 kinetochore Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A specialized assembly of proteins that bind to the centromere and also attach to microtubules growing out from centrosomes during mitosis. 'They are involved in the separation of chromosomes into the daughter cells. They are composed of centromere-binding proteins.
2003-04-08 GO:0045324 late endosome to vacuole transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances from late endosomes to the vacuole. In yeast, after transport to the prevacuolar compartment, endocytic content is delivered to the late endosome and on to the vacuole. This pathway is analogous to endosome to lysosome transport.
2003-04-08 GO:0045204 MAPK export from nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of a MAP kinase from the nucleus to the cytoplasm.
2003-04-08 GO:0045208 MAPK phosphatase export from nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of a MAPK phosphatase from the nucleus to the cytoplasm.
2003-04-08 GO:0042630 behavioral response to water deprivation Deleted SYNONYM behavioural response to drought
2003-04-08 GO:0042630 behavioral response to water deprivation Deleted SYNONYM behavioural response to thirst
2003-04-08 GO:0042630 behavioral response to water deprivation Added SYNONYM behavioral response to drought
2003-04-08 GO:0042630 behavioral response to water deprivation Added SYNONYM behavioral response to thirst
2003-04-08 GO:0045265 proton-transporting ATP synthase, stator stalk Added SYNONYM hydrogen-transporting ATP synthase, stator stalk
2003-04-08 GO:0045267 proton-transporting ATP synthase, catalytic core Added SYNONYM hydrogen-transporting ATP synthase, catalytic core
2003-04-08 GO:0042629 mast cell granule Updated DEFINITION Coarse, bluish-black staining cytoplasmic granules, bounded by a plasma membrane and found in mast cells and basophils. Contents include histamine, heparin, chondroitin sulfates, chymase and tryptase.
2003-04-08 GO:0005711 meiotic chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome involved in the process of meiosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0005710 metaphase chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the cell during metaphase. Typically, sister chromatids are held together at their centromeres and chromosomes are covered with a large number of molecules, including ribonucleoproteins.
2003-04-08 GO:0006839 mitochondrial transport Updated DEFINITION Transport of substances into, out of or within a mitochondrion.
2003-04-08 GO:0005708 mitotic chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome involved in the process of mitosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0046908 negative regulation of crystal formation Added DEFINITION Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the rate of the spontaneous (non-enzymatic) formation of crystals in a solution, for example, calcium oxalate crystals in urine.
2003-04-08 GO:0005717 chromatin Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The network of fibers of DNA and protein that make up the chromosomes of the eukaryotic nucleus during interphase. It stains strongly with basic dyes. Some parts of the chromosomes are highly dispersed (called euchromatin) and other parts are highly condensed (called heterochromatin). Chromatin is made up of repeating units, each unit consisting of some 200 DNA base pairs and two each of histones H2A, H2B, H3, and H4; most of the DNA is wound around the outside of a core of histories to form nucleosomes. The remainder of the DNA, linker DNA, joins adjacent nucleosomes, thereby contributing flexibility to the chromatin fiber, a flexibly jointed chain of nucleosomes.
2003-04-08 GO:0000777 condensed chromosome kinetochore Updated DEFINITION A multi-subunit complex that is located at the pericentric region of a condensed chromosome and provides an attachment point for the spindle microtubules.
2003-04-08 GO:0000794 condensed nuclear chromosome Updated DEFINITION A highly compacted molecule of DNA and associated proteins resulting in a cytologically distinct structure that remains in the nucleus.
2003-04-08 GO:0000778 condensed nuclear chromosome kinetochore Updated DEFINITION A multi-subunit complex that is located at the pericentric region of a condensed chromosome in the nucleus and provides an attachment point for the spindle microtubules.
2003-04-08 GO:0000796 condensin complex Updated DEFINITION A multi-subunit protein complex that plays a central role in chromosome condensation.
2003-04-08 GO:0005676 condensin complex Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A five-subunit protein complex that plays a central role in mitotic chromosome condensation. The Xenopus condensin complex is composed of two subcomplexes, an 8S core subcomplex (8SC)1 consisting of two structural maintenance of chromosomes (SMC) subunits (XCAP-C and -E) and an 11S regulatory subcomplex (11SR) containing three non-SMC subunits (XCAP-D2, -G, and -H).
2003-04-08 GO:0000799 nuclear condensin complex Updated DEFINITION A multi-subunit protein complex that plays a central role in chromosome condensation of chromosomes that remain in the nucleus.
2003-04-08 GO:0000232 nuclear interphase chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the nucleus during interphase.
2003-04-08 GO:0000230 nuclear mitotic chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the nucleus during mitosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0005718 nucleosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A particle that forms the primary packing unit of DNA in chromatin. Each consists of a segment of duplex DNA, 160-240 base pairs long, with associated histone proteins; about 146 base pairs of the DNA comprise a core particle and the remainder form the linker DNA. The core particle is a disk-like structure, 11 nm in diameter and 5.7 nm thick, consisting of two molecules each of histories H2A, H2B, H3, and H4 with approximately two superhelical turns of double-stranded DNA wound round it. In many species, an average of one molecule of histone H1 (or a variant) is on the exterior of each core particle and appears to mediate the packing together of adjacent nucleosomes in condensed chromatin.
2003-04-08 GO:0006778 porphyrin-containing compound metabolic process Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving any member of a large group of derivatives or analogs of porphyrin. Porphyrins consists of a ring of four pyrrole nuclei linked each to the next at their alpha positions through a methine group.
2003-04-08 GO:0005709 prophase chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the cell during prophase.
2003-04-08 GO:0006611 protein export from nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of a protein from the nucleus into the cytoplasm.
2003-04-08 GO:0006606 protein import into nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of a protein from the cytoplasm to the nucleus.
2003-04-08 GO:0045269 proton-transporting ATP synthase, central stalk Updated DEFINITION One of two stalks that connect the catalytic core of the hydrogen-transporting ATP synthase to the membrane-associated Fo proteins; rotates within the catalytic core during catalysis.
2003-04-08 GO:0045265 proton-transporting ATP synthase, stator stalk Updated DEFINITION One of two stalks that connect the catalytic core of the hydrogen-transporting ATP synthase to the membrane-associated Fo proteins; is thought to prevent futile rotation of the catalytic core.
2003-04-08 GO:0042634 regulation of hair cycle Updated DEFINITION Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of the cyclical phases of growth (anagen), regression (catagen), quiescence (telogen), and shedding (exogen) in the life of a hair.
2003-04-08 GO:0046690 response to tellurium ion Updated DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression etc.) as a result of exposure to tellurium (Te) ion.
2003-04-08 GO:0042147 retrograde transport, endosome to Golgi Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of membrane bound vesicles from recycling endosomes back to the trans-Golgi network where they are recycled for further rounds of transport.
2003-04-08 GO:0008090 retrograde axon cargo transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of organelles along microtubules from the cell periphery toward the cell body in nerve cell axons.
2003-04-08 GO:0045018 retrograde transport, vacuole to Golgi Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances from the vacuole to the trans-Golgi network; this occurs in yeast via the prevacuolar/endosomal compartment.
2003-04-08 GO:0000054 ribosomal subunit export from nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of a ribosome from the nucleus into the cytoplasm.
2003-04-08 GO:0006616 SRP-dependent cotranslational protein targeting to membrane, translocation Updated DEFINITION The process during co-translational membrane targeting wherein proteins move across a membrane. SRP and its receptor initiate the transfer of the nascent chain across the ER membrane; they then dissociate from the chain, which is transferred to a set of transmembrane proteins, collectively called the translocon. Once the nascent chain translocon complex is assembled, the elongating chain passes directly from the large ribosomal subunit into the centers of the translocon, a protein-lined channel within the membrane. The growing chain is never exposed to the cytosol and does not fold until it reaches the ER lumen.
2003-04-08 GO:0005716 synaptonemal complex Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A structure that holds paired chromosomes together during prophase I of meiosis and that promotes genetic recombination.
2003-04-08 GO:0005696 telomere Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A complex of DNA and protein that seals the end of a chromosome. The telomeric DNA consists of simple tandemly repeated sequences specific for each species. Typically one strand is G-rich and the other C-rich. The G-rich strand forms a 3'-terminal overhang, the length of which varies with species. The single strand overhang is bound by a variety of proteins, including telomere capping proteins that bind to the single-stranded DNA.
2003-04-08 GO:0046906 tetrapyrrole binding Added DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a tetrapyrrole, a compound containing four pyrrole nuclei variously substituted and linked to each other through carbons at the alpha position.
2003-04-08 GO:0009535 chloroplast thylakoid membrane Updated DEFINITION The pigmented membrane of a plant thylakoid.
2003-04-08 GO:0045056 transcytosis Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of endocytosed material through the cell and its exocytosis from the plasma membrane at the opposite side.
2003-04-08 GO:0046908 negative regulation of crystal formation Added SYNONYM negative regulation of mineralization
2003-04-08 GO:0042348 NF-kappaB import into nucleus Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of NF-kappaB, a transcription factor for eukaryotic RNA polymerase II promoters, from the cytoplasm into the nucleus, across the nuclear membrane.
2003-04-08 GO:0045269 proton-transporting ATP synthase, central stalk Added SYNONYM hydrogen-transporting ATP synthase, central stalk
2003-04-08 GO:0046906 tetrapyrrole binding Added SYNONYM porphyrin binding activity
2003-04-08 GO:0042641 actomyosin Added DEFINITION Any complex of actin, myosin, and accessory proteins.
2003-04-08 GO:0042643 actomyosin, actin portion Added DEFINITION The actin part of any complex of actin, myosin, and accessory proteins.
2003-04-08 GO:0042642 actomyosin, myosin complex part Added DEFINITION The myosin part of any complex of actin, myosin, and accessory proteins.
2003-04-08 GO:0007578 aging dependent sterility (sensu Saccharomyces) Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A haploid's inability to mate due to the loss of silencing at the mating type loci, resulting in expression of both of the normally silent mating type cassettes.
2003-04-08 GO:0008089 anterograde axon cargo transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of organelles along microtubules from the cell body toward the cell periphery in nerve cell axons.
2003-04-08 GO:0019566 arabinose metabolic process Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving arabinose, arabino-pentose. L-Arabinose occurs both free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, as a constituent of plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides and so on. D-arabinose is a constituent of arabinonucleosides.
2003-04-08 GO:0015751 arabinose transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of arabinose into, out of, within or between cells. L-Arabinose occurs both free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, as a constituent of plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides and so on. D-arabinose is a constituent of arabinonucleosides.
2003-04-08 GO:0008088 axon cargo transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of organelles along microtubules in nerve cell axons.
2003-04-08 GO:0005698 centromere Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The region of a eukaryotic chromosome that is attached to the spindle during nuclear division. It is defined genetically as the region of the chromosome that always segregates at the first division of meiosis; the region of the chromosome in which no crossing over occurs. At the start of M phase, each chromosome consists of two sister chromatids with a constriction at a point which forms the centromere. During late prophase two kinetochores assemble on each centromere, one kinetochore on each sister chromatid.
2003-04-08 GO:0005695 chromatid Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. One of the two daughter strands of a duplicated chromosome that become apparent between early prophase and metaphase in mitosis and between diplotene and second metaphase in meiosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0000797 condensin core heterodimer Updated DEFINITION The core heterodimer of a condensin complex, a multi-subunit protein complex that plays a central role in chromosome condensation.
2003-04-08 GO:0008621 condensin core heterodimer Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The core heterodimer of a condensin complex; the Xenopus condensin core heterodimer is an 8S subcomplex (8SC)1 consisting of two structural maintenance of chromosomes (SMC) subunits (XCAP-C and -E).
2003-04-08 GO:0045054 constitutive secretory pathway Updated DEFINITION The constitutive pathway required by all cells, along which substances are moved around and out of the cell. Transport vesicles destined for the plasma membrane leave the trans-Golgi network in a steady stream. The membrane proteins and the lipids in these vesicles provide new components for the plasma membrane, while the soluble proteins inside the vesicles are secreted to the extracellular space by exocytosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0016288 cytokinesis Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The division of a cell into two daughter cells following mitosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0000233 cytoplasmic interphase chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the cytoplasm during interphase.
2003-04-08 GO:0000231 cytoplasmic mitotic chromosome Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. A chromosome found in the cytoplasm during mitosis.
2003-04-08 GO:0000809 cytoplasmic origin of replication recognition complex Updated DEFINITION A multi-subunit complex that is located at the replication origins of a chromosome in the cytoplasm.
2003-04-08 GO:0045022 early endosome to late endosome transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances, in membrane bound vesicles, from the early sorting endosomes to the late sorting endosomes; transport occurs along microtubules and can be experimentally blocked with microtubule-depolymerizing drugs.
2003-04-08 GO:0008333 endosome to lysosome transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances from endosomes to lysosomes.
2003-04-08 GO:0016197 endosomal transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of substances into, out of or mediated by an endosome, a membrane-bound organelle that carries materials newly ingested by endocytosis. It passes many of the materials to lysosomes for degradation.
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