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GO Term History: Displaying 18 audit records for all terms for the date 2003-11-18

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Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2003-11-18 GO:0046649 lymphocyte activation Updated DEFINITION A change in morphology and behavior of a lymphocyte resulting from exposure to a specific antigen, mitogen, cytokine, chemokine, cellular ligand, or soluble factor.
2003-11-18 GO:0001776 leukocyte homeostasis Added TERM immune cell homeostasis
2003-11-18 GO:0045321 leukocyte activation Updated DEFINITION A change in morphology and behavior of an immune cell resulting from exposure to a specific antigen, mitogen, cytokine, cellular ligand, pathogen, or soluble factor.
2003-11-18 GO:0042118 endothelial cell activation Updated DEFINITION The change in morphology and behavior of an endothelial cell resulting from exposure to a cytokine, chemokine, cellular ligand, pathogen, or soluble factor.
2003-11-18 GO:0010184 cytokinin transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of cytokinins, a class of adenine-derived compounds that can function in plants as growth regulators, into, out of, within or between cells.
2003-11-18 GO:0030865 cortical cytoskeleton organization Updated DEFINITION The establishment, maintenance, and regulation of cytoskeletal structures in the cell cortex, i. e. just beneath the plasma membrane.
2003-11-18 GO:0030866 cortical actin cytoskeleton organization Updated DEFINITION The establishment, maintenance, and regulation of actin-based cytoskeletal structures in the cell cortex, i. e. just beneath the plasma membrane.
2003-11-18 GO:0001777 T cell homeostatic proliferation Added DEFINITION The non-specific expansion of T-cell populations within a whole or part of an organism to reach to a total number of T-cells which will then remain stable over time in the absence of an external stimulus.
2003-11-18 GO:0043029 T cell homeostasis Updated DEFINITION The process of regulating the proliferation and elimination of T-cells such taht the total number of T-cells within a whole or part of an organism are stable over time in the absence of an outside stimulus.
2003-11-18 GO:0010198 synergid death Updated DEFINITION Synergid cells undergo death in response to pollination, which involves a dramatic decrease in cell volume, collapse of the vacuoles, and complete disintegration of the plasma membrane and most organelles.
2003-11-18 GO:0010182 sugar mediated signaling pathway Updated DEFINITION The process by which a change in the level of mono- and disaccharide glucose, fructose or sucrose trigger the expression of genes controlling metabolic and developmental processes.
2003-11-18 GO:0010203 response to very low fluence red light stimulus Updated DEFINITION A change in state or activity of an organism or cell (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression etc.) as a result of exposure to short pulses of very low fluence light followed by darkness, which occurs at light levels of <0.001 mmol/m2/sec red light and is not far-red reversible.
2003-11-18 GO:0010202 response to low fluence red light stimulus Updated DEFINITION A change in state or activity of an organism or cell (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression etc.) as a result of exposure to red light pulses followed by darkness, which occurs at red light levels of 0.001 - 0.1 mmol/m2/sec and is red/far-red reversible.
2003-11-18 GO:0001777 T cell homeostatic proliferation Added TERM T-cell homeostatic proliferation
2003-11-18 GO:0010201 response to continuous far red light stimulus by the high-irradiance response system Updated DEFINITION A change in state or activity of an organism or cell (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression etc.) as a result of continous exposure to low levels of far-red light for a prolonged period of time and is not far-red reversible.
2003-11-18 GO:0010197 polar nucleus fusion Updated DEFINITION The merging of the polar nuclei, the two nuclei contained within the same cell that are created from the mitotic division of the megaspore during angiosperm reproduction. Polar nuclear fusion takes place in the ovule, forming in the fusion nucleus and giving rise to the endosperm when fertilized.
2003-11-18 GO:0010192 mucilage biosynthetic process Updated DEFINITION The formation from simpler components of mucilage, a gelatinous substance secreted by plants.
2003-11-18 GO:0001776 leukocyte homeostasis Added DEFINITION The process of regulating the proliferation and elimination of cells of the immune system such that the total number of cells of a particular cell type within a whole or part of an organism are stable over time in the absence of an outside stimulus.

Terms

Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2003-11-18 GO:0001776 leukocyte homeostasis Added TERM immune cell homeostasis
2003-11-18 GO:0001777 T cell homeostatic proliferation Added TERM T-cell homeostatic proliferation

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2003-11-18 GO:0046649 lymphocyte activation Updated DEFINITION A change in morphology and behavior of a lymphocyte resulting from exposure to a specific antigen, mitogen, cytokine, chemokine, cellular ligand, or soluble factor.
2003-11-18 GO:0045321 leukocyte activation Updated DEFINITION A change in morphology and behavior of an immune cell resulting from exposure to a specific antigen, mitogen, cytokine, cellular ligand, pathogen, or soluble factor.
2003-11-18 GO:0042118 endothelial cell activation Updated DEFINITION The change in morphology and behavior of an endothelial cell resulting from exposure to a cytokine, chemokine, cellular ligand, pathogen, or soluble factor.
2003-11-18 GO:0010184 cytokinin transport Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of cytokinins, a class of adenine-derived compounds that can function in plants as growth regulators, into, out of, within or between cells.
2003-11-18 GO:0030865 cortical cytoskeleton organization Updated DEFINITION The establishment, maintenance, and regulation of cytoskeletal structures in the cell cortex, i. e. just beneath the plasma membrane.
2003-11-18 GO:0030866 cortical actin cytoskeleton organization Updated DEFINITION The establishment, maintenance, and regulation of actin-based cytoskeletal structures in the cell cortex, i. e. just beneath the plasma membrane.
2003-11-18 GO:0001777 T cell homeostatic proliferation Added DEFINITION The non-specific expansion of T-cell populations within a whole or part of an organism to reach to a total number of T-cells which will then remain stable over time in the absence of an external stimulus.
2003-11-18 GO:0043029 T cell homeostasis Updated DEFINITION The process of regulating the proliferation and elimination of T-cells such taht the total number of T-cells within a whole or part of an organism are stable over time in the absence of an outside stimulus.
2003-11-18 GO:0010198 synergid death Updated DEFINITION Synergid cells undergo death in response to pollination, which involves a dramatic decrease in cell volume, collapse of the vacuoles, and complete disintegration of the plasma membrane and most organelles.
2003-11-18 GO:0010182 sugar mediated signaling pathway Updated DEFINITION The process by which a change in the level of mono- and disaccharide glucose, fructose or sucrose trigger the expression of genes controlling metabolic and developmental processes.
2003-11-18 GO:0010203 response to very low fluence red light stimulus Updated DEFINITION A change in state or activity of an organism or cell (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression etc.) as a result of exposure to short pulses of very low fluence light followed by darkness, which occurs at light levels of <0.001 mmol/m2/sec red light and is not far-red reversible.
2003-11-18 GO:0010202 response to low fluence red light stimulus Updated DEFINITION A change in state or activity of an organism or cell (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression etc.) as a result of exposure to red light pulses followed by darkness, which occurs at red light levels of 0.001 - 0.1 mmol/m2/sec and is red/far-red reversible.
2003-11-18 GO:0010201 response to continuous far red light stimulus by the high-irradiance response system Updated DEFINITION A change in state or activity of an organism or cell (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression etc.) as a result of continous exposure to low levels of far-red light for a prolonged period of time and is not far-red reversible.
2003-11-18 GO:0010197 polar nucleus fusion Updated DEFINITION The merging of the polar nuclei, the two nuclei contained within the same cell that are created from the mitotic division of the megaspore during angiosperm reproduction. Polar nuclear fusion takes place in the ovule, forming in the fusion nucleus and giving rise to the endosperm when fertilized.
2003-11-18 GO:0010192 mucilage biosynthetic process Updated DEFINITION The formation from simpler components of mucilage, a gelatinous substance secreted by plants.
2003-11-18 GO:0001776 leukocyte homeostasis Added DEFINITION The process of regulating the proliferation and elimination of cells of the immune system such that the total number of cells of a particular cell type within a whole or part of an organism are stable over time in the absence of an outside stimulus.
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