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GO:0035099 hemocyte migration

Term Information

ID GO:0035099
Name hemocyte migration
Ontology Biological Process
Definition The directed movement of a hemocyte within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
PMID:12885551
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Type Synonym
exact arthropod blood cell migration
exact hemocyte cell migration

Taxon Constraints

The use of this term should conform to the following taxon constraints:
Ancestor GO ID Ancestor GO Term Name Relationship Taxon ID Taxon Reference(s)
GO:0002376 immune system process never_in_taxon 4895 Schizosaccharomyces
GO:0032501 multicellular organismal process never_in_taxon 4896 Schizosaccharomyces pombe
GO:0032501 multicellular organismal process never_in_taxon 4932 Saccharomyces cerevisiae
GO:0032501 multicellular organismal process only_in_taxon 2759 Eukaryota
GO:0035099 hemocyte migration only_in_taxon 6656 Arthropoda
GO:0040011 locomotion never_in_taxon 451864 Dikarya
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Cross-Ontology Relations

Relation Other Ontology ID Term
results_in_movement_of CL CL:0000387 hemocyte (sensu Nematoda and Protostomia)

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Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2010-01-31 Deleted DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
2010-01-31 Added DEFINITION The directed movement of a hemocyte within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
2009-08-15 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2009-08-15 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2009-08-15 Added SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration
2008-06-20 Added SYNONYM arthropod blood cell migration
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0016477 (cell migration)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0035162 (embryonic hemopoiesis)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-04-20 Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
2007-04-06 Added SYNONYM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-04-06 Updated TERM hemocyte migration
2007-01-18 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu the Arthropoda research community)
2007-01-18 Added SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-01-18 Updated TERM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-01-15 Updated TERM hemocyte migration (sensu the Arthropoda research community)
2007-01-15 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-01-15 Added SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu the Arthropoda research community)
2005-05-07 Added SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2005-05-07 Updated TERM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2004-05-08 Updated TERM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2004-05-07 Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body). In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo. As in, but not restricted to, arthropods (Arthropoda, ncbi_taxonomy_id:6656).
2004-02-21 Added TERM hemocyte cell migration
2004-02-21 Added DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes (insect blood cells) within the embryo. Embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2007-04-06 Updated TERM hemocyte migration
2007-01-18 Updated TERM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-01-15 Updated TERM hemocyte migration (sensu the Arthropoda research community)
2005-05-07 Updated TERM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2004-05-08 Updated TERM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2004-02-21 Added TERM hemocyte cell migration

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2010-01-31 Deleted DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
2010-01-31 Added DEFINITION The directed movement of a hemocyte within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
2009-08-15 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2009-08-15 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2009-08-15 Added SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration
2008-06-20 Added SYNONYM arthropod blood cell migration
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-04-20 Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body) which are involved in defense and clotting of hemolymph, but not involved in transport of oxygen. In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.
2007-04-06 Added SYNONYM hemocyte migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-01-18 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu the Arthropoda research community)
2007-01-18 Added SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-01-15 Deleted SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2007-01-15 Added SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu the Arthropoda research community)
2005-05-07 Added SYNONYM hemocyte cell migration (sensu Arthropoda)
2004-05-07 Updated DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes within the embryo. Hemocytes are blood cells associated with a hemocoel (the cavity containing most of the major organs of the arthropod body). In Drosophila, embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo. As in, but not restricted to, arthropods (Arthropoda, ncbi_taxonomy_id:6656).
2004-02-21 Added DEFINITION The directed movement of hemocytes (insect blood cells) within the embryo. Embryonic hemocytes originate from the head mesoderm as a cluster of cells. The cluster splits into two and one group of cells crosses the amnioserosa. Both populations then spread toward the middle of the embryo and then disperse evenly throughout the embryo.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0016477 (cell migration)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0035162 (embryonic hemopoiesis)
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