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GO Term History: Displaying 60 audit records for all terms for the date 2004-10-13

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Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2004-10-13 GO:0007138 meiotic anaphase II Updated DEFINITION Progression through anaphase of meiosis II; analogous to mitotic anaphase.
2004-10-13 GO:0007133 meiotic anaphase I Updated DEFINITION Progression through anaphase of meiosis I; analogous to mitotic anaphase.
2004-10-13 GO:0008315 meiotic G2/MI transition Added DEFINITION Progression from meiotic prophase to metaphase I.
2004-10-13 GO:0007132 meiotic metaphase I Updated DEFINITION Progression through metaphase of meiosis I; analogous to mitotic metaphase.
2004-10-13 GO:0007137 meiotic metaphase II Updated DEFINITION Progression through metaphase of meiosis II; analogous to mitotic metaphase.
2004-10-13 GO:0007128 meiotic prophase I Updated DEFINITION Progression through prophase of meiosis I; divided into several stages.
2004-10-13 GO:0007136 meiotic prophase II Updated DEFINITION Progression through prophase of meiosis II; analogous to mitotic prophase.
2004-10-13 GO:0007134 meiotic telophase I Updated DEFINITION Progression through telophase of meiosis I; analogous to mitotic telophase.
2004-10-13 GO:0007139 meiotic telophase II Updated DEFINITION Progression through telophase of meiosis II; analogous to mitotic telophase.
2004-10-13 GO:0031040 micronucleus Updated DEFINITION A membrane-bounded organelle of ciliated protozoan cells that contains a diploid copy of the cell's complete genome. Sections of contiguous sequence in the macronucleus are often interrupted by internal eliminated sequences (IES), and may be permuted, in micronuclei. Genic transcription is not found in micronuclei. Some ciliate species may contain multiple micronuclei per cell.
2004-10-13 GO:0000090 mitotic anaphase Updated DEFINITION Progression through anaphase, the stage of mitosis during which the two sets of chromosomes separate and move away from each other.
2004-10-13 GO:0000091 mitotic anaphase A Updated DEFINITION Progression through anaphase A, the part of mitotic anaphase in which the kinetochore microtubules shorten as chromosomes move toward the spindle poles.
2004-10-13 GO:0000092 mitotic anaphase B Updated DEFINITION Progression through anaphase B, the part of mitotic anaphase in which the polar microtubules elongate and the two poles of the spindle move farther apart.
2004-10-13 GO:0000278 mitotic cell cycle Updated DEFINITION Progression through the phases of the mitotic cell cycle, the most common eukaryotic cell cycle, in which a cell is duplicated without changing ploidy; comprises four successive phases called G1, S, G2, and M.
2004-10-13 GO:0007083 mitotic chromosome decondensation Updated DEFINITION The alteration of chromosome structure from the condensed form they take on during mitosis to the relaxed disperse form they hold in resting cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0007079 mitotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole Added DEFINITION The directed process by which the position and/or the orientation of a chromosome is altered during mitosis.
2004-10-13 GO:0000089 mitotic metaphase Updated DEFINITION Progression through metaphase, the stage of mitosis at which chromosomes are firmly attached to the mitotic spindle at its equator but have not yet segregated to opposite poles.
2004-10-13 GO:0007091 metaphase/anaphase transition of mitotic cell cycle Updated DEFINITION Progression from metaphase to anaphase during mitosis, triggered by the destruction of mitotic cyclins.
2004-10-13 GO:0000236 mitotic prometaphase Updated DEFINITION Progression through prometaphase, the stage following prophase in mitosis (in higher eukaryotes) during which the nuclear envelope is disrupted and breaks into membrane vesicles, and the spindle microtubules enter the nuclear region. Kinetochores mature on each centromere and attach to some of the spindle microtubules. Kinetochore microtubules begin the process of aligning chromosomes in one plane halfway between the poles.
2004-10-13 GO:0000088 mitotic prophase Updated DEFINITION Progression through prophase, the initial stage of mitosis in which the chromosomes are condensed but are not yet attached to a mitotic spindle.
2004-10-13 GO:0000093 mitotic telophase Added DEFINITION Progression through telophase, the last of the stages of mitosis; in the canonical cell cycle, telophase begins when the chromosomes arrive at the poles of the cell and the division of the cytoplasm starts.
2004-10-13 GO:0045769 negative regulation of asymmetric cell division Updated DEFINITION Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the rate of asymmetric cell division.
2004-10-13 GO:0000280 nuclear division Updated DEFINITION The partition of the nucleus and its genetic information.
2004-10-13 GO:0007097 nuclear migration Added DEFINITION The direction movement of the nucleus.
2004-10-13 GO:0000239 pachytene Updated DEFINITION Progression through the third stage of prophase I in meiosis, in which crossing over occurs between a chromatid in one partner and another chromatid in the homologous chromosome.
2004-10-13 GO:0045770 positive regulation of asymmetric cell division Updated DEFINITION Any process that activates or increases the rate of asymmetric cell division.
2004-10-13 GO:0042804 protein homooligomerization activity Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. Interacting selectively with identical proteins to form a homooligomer.
2004-10-13 GO:0051074 protein tetramerization activity Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The formation of a protein tetramer, a macromolecular structure consisting of four noncovalently associated identical or nonidentical subunits.
2004-10-13 GO:0000084 mitotic S phase Updated DEFINITION Progression through S phase, the part of the mitotic cell cycle during which DNA synthesis takes place.
2004-10-13 GO:0043146 spindle stabilization Updated DEFINITION The processes involved in maintaining the structure and integrity of the spindle.
2004-10-13 GO:0019055 modification by virus of host cell cycle regulation Updated DEFINITION Viral processes that modulate the rate of the host cell cycle to facilitate virus replication.
2004-10-13 GO:0000238 zygotene Updated DEFINITION Progression through the second stage of prophase I in meiosis, in which each chromosome pairs with its homolog; the two become aligned and crossing over may occur.
2004-10-13 GO:0035259 glucocorticoid receptor binding Updated DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a glucocorticoid receptor.
2004-10-13 GO:0000237 leptotene Updated DEFINITION Progression through the first stage of prophase I in meiosis, in which chromosomes first become visible.
2004-10-13 GO:0000279 M phase Updated DEFINITION Progression through M phase, the part of the cell cycle comprising nuclear division and cytokinesis.
2004-10-13 GO:0000087 mitotic M phase Updated DEFINITION Progression through M phase, the part of the mitotic cell cycle during which mitosis and cytokinesis take place.
2004-10-13 GO:0000216 M/G1 transition of mitotic cell cycle Updated DEFINITION Progression from M phase to G1 phase of the mitotic cell cycle.
2004-10-13 GO:0030953 astral microtubule organization Updated DEFINITION The assembly and arrangement of astral microtubules, any of the spindle microtubules that radiate in all directions from the spindle poles.
2004-10-13 GO:0008608 attachment of spindle microtubules to kinetochore Updated DEFINITION The process by which spindle microtubules become physically associated with the proteins making up the kinetochore complex.
2004-10-13 GO:0007414 axonal defasciculation Updated DEFINITION Separation of axons away from a bundle of axons known as a fascicle.
2004-10-13 GO:0007049 cell cycle Updated DEFINITION The progression of biochemical and morphological phases and events that occur in a cell during successive cell replication or nuclear replication events. Canonically, the cell cycle comprises the replication and segregation of genetic material followed by the division of the cell, but in endocycles or syncytial cells nuclear replication or nuclear division may not be followed by cell division.
2004-10-13 GO:0000910 cytokinesis Updated DEFINITION The processes resulting in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell and its separation into two daughter cells. Cytokinesis usually occurs after growth, replication, and segregation of cellular components.
2004-10-13 GO:0007110 meiosis I cytokinesis Added DEFINITION The processes resulting in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell after meiosis I, resulting in the separation of the original cell into two daughter cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0007111 meiosis II cytokinesis Added DEFINITION The processes resulting in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell after meiosis II, resulting in the separation of the original cell into two daughter cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0000281 mitotic cytokinesis Added DEFINITION The processes resulting in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell after mitosis, resulting in the separation of the original cell into two daughter cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0000911 cytokinesis by cell plate formation Updated DEFINITION The process of dividing the cytoplasm of a parent cell where a structure forms in the cytoplasm and grows until reaching the plasma membrane, thereby completely separating the cytoplasms of adjacent progeny cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0000241 diakinesis Updated DEFINITION Progression through the final stage of prophase I in meiosis; the transition to meiotic metaphase I.
2004-10-13 GO:0000240 diplotene Updated DEFINITION Progression through the fourth stage of prophase I in meiosis, in which the homologous chromosomes begin to separate and the synaptonemal complex dissolves.
2004-10-13 GO:0007112 male meiosis cytokinesis Added DEFINITION The processes resulting in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell to produce two daughter cells that occur during male meiosis.
2004-10-13 GO:0016346 male meiotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole Added DEFINITION The directed process by which the position and/or the orientation of a chromosome is altered during meiosis in a male.
2004-10-13 GO:0007126 meiotic nuclear division Updated DEFINITION The specialized nuclear and cell division in which a single diploid cell undergoes two nuclear divisions following a single round of DNA replication in order to produce four daughter cells that contain half the number of chromosomes as the diploid cell. Meiosis occurs during the formation of gametes from diploid organisms and at the beginning of haplophase in those organisms that alternate between diploid and haploid generations.
2004-10-13 GO:0048141 female germ-line stem cell division (sensu Insecta) Updated DEFINITION The asymmetric division of a germ-line stem cell in the ovary, to produce a new stem cell and a cystoblast. As in, but not restricted to, the true insects (Insecta, ncbi_taxonomy_id:50557).
2004-10-13 GO:0016345 female meiotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole Added DEFINITION The directed process by which the position and/or the orientation of a chromosome is altered during meiosis in a female.
2004-10-13 GO:0000080 mitotic G1 phase Updated DEFINITION Progression through G1 phase, one of two 'gap' phases in the mitotic cell cycle; G1 is the interval between the completion of mitosis and the beginning of DNA synthesis.
2004-10-13 GO:0000082 G1/S transition of mitotic cell cycle Updated DEFINITION Progression from G1 phase to S phase of the mitotic cell cycle.
2004-10-13 GO:0000085 mitotic G2 phase Updated DEFINITION Progression through G2 phase, one of two 'gap' phases in the mitotic cell cycle; G2 is the interval between the completion of DNA synthesis and the beginning of mitosis.
2004-10-13 GO:0000086 G2/M transition of mitotic cell cycle Updated DEFINITION Progression from G2 phase to M phase of the mitotic cell cycle.
2004-10-13 GO:0007127 meiosis I Updated DEFINITION Progression through the first phase of meiosis, in which cells divide and homologous chromosomes are paired and segregated from each other, producing two daughter cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0007135 meiosis II Updated DEFINITION Progression through the second phase of meiosis, in which cells divide and separate the two chromatids in each chromosome.
2004-10-13 GO:0016344 meiotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole Added DEFINITION The directed process by which the position and/or the orientation of a chromosome is altered during meiosis.

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2004-10-13 GO:0007138 meiotic anaphase II Updated DEFINITION Progression through anaphase of meiosis II; analogous to mitotic anaphase.
2004-10-13 GO:0007133 meiotic anaphase I Updated DEFINITION Progression through anaphase of meiosis I; analogous to mitotic anaphase.
2004-10-13 GO:0008315 meiotic G2/MI transition Added DEFINITION Progression from meiotic prophase to metaphase I.
2004-10-13 GO:0007132 meiotic metaphase I Updated DEFINITION Progression through metaphase of meiosis I; analogous to mitotic metaphase.
2004-10-13 GO:0007137 meiotic metaphase II Updated DEFINITION Progression through metaphase of meiosis II; analogous to mitotic metaphase.
2004-10-13 GO:0007128 meiotic prophase I Updated DEFINITION Progression through prophase of meiosis I; divided into several stages.
2004-10-13 GO:0007136 meiotic prophase II Updated DEFINITION Progression through prophase of meiosis II; analogous to mitotic prophase.
2004-10-13 GO:0007134 meiotic telophase I Updated DEFINITION Progression through telophase of meiosis I; analogous to mitotic telophase.
2004-10-13 GO:0007139 meiotic telophase II Updated DEFINITION Progression through telophase of meiosis II; analogous to mitotic telophase.
2004-10-13 GO:0031040 micronucleus Updated DEFINITION A membrane-bounded organelle of ciliated protozoan cells that contains a diploid copy of the cell's complete genome. Sections of contiguous sequence in the macronucleus are often interrupted by internal eliminated sequences (IES), and may be permuted, in micronuclei. Genic transcription is not found in micronuclei. Some ciliate species may contain multiple micronuclei per cell.
2004-10-13 GO:0000090 mitotic anaphase Updated DEFINITION Progression through anaphase, the stage of mitosis during which the two sets of chromosomes separate and move away from each other.
2004-10-13 GO:0000091 mitotic anaphase A Updated DEFINITION Progression through anaphase A, the part of mitotic anaphase in which the kinetochore microtubules shorten as chromosomes move toward the spindle poles.
2004-10-13 GO:0000092 mitotic anaphase B Updated DEFINITION Progression through anaphase B, the part of mitotic anaphase in which the polar microtubules elongate and the two poles of the spindle move farther apart.
2004-10-13 GO:0000278 mitotic cell cycle Updated DEFINITION Progression through the phases of the mitotic cell cycle, the most common eukaryotic cell cycle, in which a cell is duplicated without changing ploidy; comprises four successive phases called G1, S, G2, and M.
2004-10-13 GO:0007083 mitotic chromosome decondensation Updated DEFINITION The alteration of chromosome structure from the condensed form they take on during mitosis to the relaxed disperse form they hold in resting cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0007079 mitotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole Added DEFINITION The directed process by which the position and/or the orientation of a chromosome is altered during mitosis.
2004-10-13 GO:0000089 mitotic metaphase Updated DEFINITION Progression through metaphase, the stage of mitosis at which chromosomes are firmly attached to the mitotic spindle at its equator but have not yet segregated to opposite poles.
2004-10-13 GO:0007091 metaphase/anaphase transition of mitotic cell cycle Updated DEFINITION Progression from metaphase to anaphase during mitosis, triggered by the destruction of mitotic cyclins.
2004-10-13 GO:0000236 mitotic prometaphase Updated DEFINITION Progression through prometaphase, the stage following prophase in mitosis (in higher eukaryotes) during which the nuclear envelope is disrupted and breaks into membrane vesicles, and the spindle microtubules enter the nuclear region. Kinetochores mature on each centromere and attach to some of the spindle microtubules. Kinetochore microtubules begin the process of aligning chromosomes in one plane halfway between the poles.
2004-10-13 GO:0000088 mitotic prophase Updated DEFINITION Progression through prophase, the initial stage of mitosis in which the chromosomes are condensed but are not yet attached to a mitotic spindle.
2004-10-13 GO:0000093 mitotic telophase Added DEFINITION Progression through telophase, the last of the stages of mitosis; in the canonical cell cycle, telophase begins when the chromosomes arrive at the poles of the cell and the division of the cytoplasm starts.
2004-10-13 GO:0045769 negative regulation of asymmetric cell division Updated DEFINITION Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the rate of asymmetric cell division.
2004-10-13 GO:0000280 nuclear division Updated DEFINITION The partition of the nucleus and its genetic information.
2004-10-13 GO:0007097 nuclear migration Added DEFINITION The direction movement of the nucleus.
2004-10-13 GO:0000239 pachytene Updated DEFINITION Progression through the third stage of prophase I in meiosis, in which crossing over occurs between a chromatid in one partner and another chromatid in the homologous chromosome.
2004-10-13 GO:0045770 positive regulation of asymmetric cell division Updated DEFINITION Any process that activates or increases the rate of asymmetric cell division.
2004-10-13 GO:0042804 protein homooligomerization activity Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. Interacting selectively with identical proteins to form a homooligomer.
2004-10-13 GO:0051074 protein tetramerization activity Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The formation of a protein tetramer, a macromolecular structure consisting of four noncovalently associated identical or nonidentical subunits.
2004-10-13 GO:0000084 mitotic S phase Updated DEFINITION Progression through S phase, the part of the mitotic cell cycle during which DNA synthesis takes place.
2004-10-13 GO:0043146 spindle stabilization Updated DEFINITION The processes involved in maintaining the structure and integrity of the spindle.
2004-10-13 GO:0019055 modification by virus of host cell cycle regulation Updated DEFINITION Viral processes that modulate the rate of the host cell cycle to facilitate virus replication.
2004-10-13 GO:0000238 zygotene Updated DEFINITION Progression through the second stage of prophase I in meiosis, in which each chromosome pairs with its homolog; the two become aligned and crossing over may occur.
2004-10-13 GO:0035259 glucocorticoid receptor binding Updated DEFINITION Interacting selectively with a glucocorticoid receptor.
2004-10-13 GO:0000237 leptotene Updated DEFINITION Progression through the first stage of prophase I in meiosis, in which chromosomes first become visible.
2004-10-13 GO:0000279 M phase Updated DEFINITION Progression through M phase, the part of the cell cycle comprising nuclear division and cytokinesis.
2004-10-13 GO:0000087 mitotic M phase Updated DEFINITION Progression through M phase, the part of the mitotic cell cycle during which mitosis and cytokinesis take place.
2004-10-13 GO:0000216 M/G1 transition of mitotic cell cycle Updated DEFINITION Progression from M phase to G1 phase of the mitotic cell cycle.
2004-10-13 GO:0030953 astral microtubule organization Updated DEFINITION The assembly and arrangement of astral microtubules, any of the spindle microtubules that radiate in all directions from the spindle poles.
2004-10-13 GO:0008608 attachment of spindle microtubules to kinetochore Updated DEFINITION The process by which spindle microtubules become physically associated with the proteins making up the kinetochore complex.
2004-10-13 GO:0007414 axonal defasciculation Updated DEFINITION Separation of axons away from a bundle of axons known as a fascicle.
2004-10-13 GO:0007049 cell cycle Updated DEFINITION The progression of biochemical and morphological phases and events that occur in a cell during successive cell replication or nuclear replication events. Canonically, the cell cycle comprises the replication and segregation of genetic material followed by the division of the cell, but in endocycles or syncytial cells nuclear replication or nuclear division may not be followed by cell division.
2004-10-13 GO:0000910 cytokinesis Updated DEFINITION The processes resulting in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell and its separation into two daughter cells. Cytokinesis usually occurs after growth, replication, and segregation of cellular components.
2004-10-13 GO:0007110 meiosis I cytokinesis Added DEFINITION The processes resulting in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell after meiosis I, resulting in the separation of the original cell into two daughter cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0007111 meiosis II cytokinesis Added DEFINITION The processes resulting in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell after meiosis II, resulting in the separation of the original cell into two daughter cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0000281 mitotic cytokinesis Added DEFINITION The processes resulting in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell after mitosis, resulting in the separation of the original cell into two daughter cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0000911 cytokinesis by cell plate formation Updated DEFINITION The process of dividing the cytoplasm of a parent cell where a structure forms in the cytoplasm and grows until reaching the plasma membrane, thereby completely separating the cytoplasms of adjacent progeny cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0000241 diakinesis Updated DEFINITION Progression through the final stage of prophase I in meiosis; the transition to meiotic metaphase I.
2004-10-13 GO:0000240 diplotene Updated DEFINITION Progression through the fourth stage of prophase I in meiosis, in which the homologous chromosomes begin to separate and the synaptonemal complex dissolves.
2004-10-13 GO:0007112 male meiosis cytokinesis Added DEFINITION The processes resulting in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell to produce two daughter cells that occur during male meiosis.
2004-10-13 GO:0016346 male meiotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole Added DEFINITION The directed process by which the position and/or the orientation of a chromosome is altered during meiosis in a male.
2004-10-13 GO:0007126 meiotic nuclear division Updated DEFINITION The specialized nuclear and cell division in which a single diploid cell undergoes two nuclear divisions following a single round of DNA replication in order to produce four daughter cells that contain half the number of chromosomes as the diploid cell. Meiosis occurs during the formation of gametes from diploid organisms and at the beginning of haplophase in those organisms that alternate between diploid and haploid generations.
2004-10-13 GO:0048141 female germ-line stem cell division (sensu Insecta) Updated DEFINITION The asymmetric division of a germ-line stem cell in the ovary, to produce a new stem cell and a cystoblast. As in, but not restricted to, the true insects (Insecta, ncbi_taxonomy_id:50557).
2004-10-13 GO:0016345 female meiotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole Added DEFINITION The directed process by which the position and/or the orientation of a chromosome is altered during meiosis in a female.
2004-10-13 GO:0000080 mitotic G1 phase Updated DEFINITION Progression through G1 phase, one of two 'gap' phases in the mitotic cell cycle; G1 is the interval between the completion of mitosis and the beginning of DNA synthesis.
2004-10-13 GO:0000082 G1/S transition of mitotic cell cycle Updated DEFINITION Progression from G1 phase to S phase of the mitotic cell cycle.
2004-10-13 GO:0000085 mitotic G2 phase Updated DEFINITION Progression through G2 phase, one of two 'gap' phases in the mitotic cell cycle; G2 is the interval between the completion of DNA synthesis and the beginning of mitosis.
2004-10-13 GO:0000086 G2/M transition of mitotic cell cycle Updated DEFINITION Progression from G2 phase to M phase of the mitotic cell cycle.
2004-10-13 GO:0007127 meiosis I Updated DEFINITION Progression through the first phase of meiosis, in which cells divide and homologous chromosomes are paired and segregated from each other, producing two daughter cells.
2004-10-13 GO:0007135 meiosis II Updated DEFINITION Progression through the second phase of meiosis, in which cells divide and separate the two chromatids in each chromosome.
2004-10-13 GO:0016344 meiotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole Added DEFINITION The directed process by which the position and/or the orientation of a chromosome is altered during meiosis.
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