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GO:0010162 seed dormancy process

Term Information

ID GO:0010162
Name seed dormancy process
Ontology Biological Process
Definition A dormancy process in which dormancy (sometimes called a dormant state) is induced, maintained or broken in a seed. Seed dormancy is a suspension of most physiological activity and growth in a seed, including the embryo contained therein, that can be reactivated. It often requires special conditions for reactivation, such as specific temperature, scarification, or leaching of inhibitors.
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Type Synonym
related seed dormancy

Taxon Constraints

The use of this term should conform to the following taxon constraints:
Taxon Rule Ancestor GO ID Ancestor GO Term Name Relationship Taxon ID Taxon Reference(s)
GOTAX:0000197 GO:0010154 fruit development only_in_taxon 58024 Spermatophyta
GOTAX:0000299 GO:0032501 multicellular organismal process only_in_taxon 2759 Eukaryota
GOTAX:0000537 GO:0032501 multicellular organismal process never_in_taxon 4932 Saccharomyces cerevisiae
GOTAX:0000538 GO:0032501 multicellular organismal process never_in_taxon 4896 Schizosaccharomyces pombe
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Cross-references

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Wikipedia Seed#Seed_dormancy_and_protection

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Child Terms

This table lists all terms that are direct descendants (child terms) of GO:0010162:
Relationship To GO:0010162 Child Term Child Term Name
Is a GO:0010231 maintenance of seed dormancy
Is a GO:0048838 release of seed from dormancy
Regulates GO:2000033 regulation of seed dormancy process
Part of GO:0048700 acquisition of desiccation tolerance in seed
Negatively regulates GO:1902039 negative regulation of seed dormancy process
Positively regulates GO:1902040 positive regulation of seed dormancy process

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Co-occurring Terms

These tables show the number of times the term listed in the table has been co-annotated with GO:0010162. The terms are listed in descending order of number of times the term has been co-annotated.
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Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0010162 based on the entire annotation set Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0010162 based on non-IEA annotations only

Change Log

All changes

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-11-28 Added RELATION is a GO:0044767 (single-organism developmental process)
2013-11-28 Added RELATION is a GO:0044702 (single organism reproductive process)
2012-12-21 Added RELATION is a GO:0044707 (single-multicellular organism process)
2012-01-06 Deleted DEFINITION The process in which a dormant state is induced, maintained and broken in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated.
2012-01-06 Updated TERM seed dormancy process
2012-01-06 Added SYNONYM seed dormancy
2012-01-06 Added DEFINITION A dormancy process in which dormancy (sometimes called a dormant state) is induced, maintained or broken in a seed. Seed dormancy is a suspension of most physiological activity and growth in a seed, including the embryo contained therein, that can be reactivated. It often requires special conditions for reactivation, such as specific temperature, scarification, or leaching of inhibitors.
2010-12-01 Added DEFINITION The process in which a dormant state is induced, maintained and broken in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated.
2010-12-01 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced, maintained and broken in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated.
2010-02-20 Added RELATION is a GO:0003006 (developmental process involved in reproduction)
2009-03-29 Added XREF Wikipedia:Seed#Seed_dormancy_and_protection
2008-10-02 Added DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced, maintained and broken in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated.
2008-10-02 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced and maintained in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated once dormancy is broken.
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced and maintained in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated once dormancy is broken.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced and maintained in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated once dormancy is broken.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0048609 (multicellular organismal reproductive process)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0022611 (dormancy process)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0010431 (seed maturation)
2005-06-16 Updated DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced and maintained in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated once dormancy is broken.
2003-09-23 Added TERM seed dormancy
2003-09-23 Added DEFINITION The processes by which a dormant state is induced and maintained in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated once dormancy is broken.

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-01-06 Updated TERM seed dormancy process
2003-09-23 Added TERM seed dormancy

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2012-01-06 Deleted DEFINITION The process in which a dormant state is induced, maintained and broken in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated.
2012-01-06 Added SYNONYM seed dormancy
2012-01-06 Added DEFINITION A dormancy process in which dormancy (sometimes called a dormant state) is induced, maintained or broken in a seed. Seed dormancy is a suspension of most physiological activity and growth in a seed, including the embryo contained therein, that can be reactivated. It often requires special conditions for reactivation, such as specific temperature, scarification, or leaching of inhibitors.
2010-12-01 Added DEFINITION The process in which a dormant state is induced, maintained and broken in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated.
2010-12-01 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced, maintained and broken in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated.
2008-10-02 Added DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced, maintained and broken in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated.
2008-10-02 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced and maintained in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated once dormancy is broken.
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced and maintained in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated once dormancy is broken.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced and maintained in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated once dormancy is broken.
2005-06-16 Updated DEFINITION The process by which a dormant state is induced and maintained in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated once dormancy is broken.
2003-09-23 Added DEFINITION The processes by which a dormant state is induced and maintained in a seed. Dormancy is characterized by a suspension of physiological activity that can be reactivated once dormancy is broken.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2013-11-28 Added RELATION is a GO:0044767 (single-organism developmental process)
2013-11-28 Added RELATION is a GO:0044702 (single organism reproductive process)
2012-12-21 Added RELATION is a GO:0044707 (single-multicellular organism process)
2010-02-20 Added RELATION is a GO:0003006 (developmental process involved in reproduction)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0048609 (multicellular organismal reproductive process)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0022611 (dormancy process)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0010431 (seed maturation)

Cross-references

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-03-29 Added XREF Wikipedia:Seed#Seed_dormancy_and_protection
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