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GO:0048571 long-day photoperiodism

Term Information

ID GO:0048571
Name long-day photoperiodism
Ontology Biological Process
Definition Any process that results in a change in state or activity of an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a day length that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical day length'. The critical day length varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical day length.
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Type Synonym
related response to long-day photoperiod
exact response to long-day
exact response to short-night
exact short-night photoperiodism

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GO Identifier GO Term Name Reason
GO:0030939 obsolete response to long-day photoperiod CONSIDER GO:0048571

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Is a GO:0048574 long-day photoperiodism, flowering

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Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2011-05-08 Added DEFINITION Any process that results in a change in state or activity of an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a day length that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical day length'. The critical day length varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical day length.
2011-05-08 Deleted DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a day length that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical day length'. The critical day length varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical day length.
2008-11-07 Added DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a day length that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical day length'. The critical day length varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical day length.
2008-11-07 Deleted DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0009648 (photoperiodism)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM short-night photoperiodism
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM response to long-day
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM response to long-day photoperiod
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM response to short-night
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM response to short-night
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM short-night photoperiodism
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM response to long-day
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM response to long-day photoperiod
2005-10-14 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 detection of, or exposure to, a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2005-09-15 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 perception of, or exposure to, a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2005-08-10 Added SYNONYM response to long-day photoperiod
2005-06-22 Added DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of the perception of a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2005-06-21 Added SYNONYM response to long-day
2005-06-21 Added SYNONYM short-night photoperiodism
2005-06-21 Added TERM long-day photoperiodism
2005-06-21 Added SYNONYM response to short-night

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2005-06-21 Added TERM long-day photoperiodism

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2011-05-08 Added DEFINITION Any process that results in a change in state or activity of an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a day length that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical day length'. The critical day length varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical day length.
2011-05-08 Deleted DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a day length that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical day length'. The critical day length varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical day length.
2008-11-07 Added DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a day length that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical day length'. The critical day length varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical day length.
2008-11-07 Deleted DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of detection of, or exposure to, a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM short-night photoperiodism
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM response to long-day
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM response to long-day photoperiod
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM response to short-night
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM response to short-night
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM short-night photoperiodism
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM response to long-day
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM response to long-day photoperiod
2005-10-14 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 detection of, or exposure to, a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2005-09-15 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 perception of, or exposure to, a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2005-08-10 Added SYNONYM response to long-day photoperiod
2005-06-22 Added DEFINITION A change in state or activity of the organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of the perception of a daylength that exceeds a particular duration known as the 'critical daylength'. The critical daylength varies between species. Although the term long-day is used, most species actually respond to the duration of the night, so that the response will occur when a period of darkness falls short of the number of hours defined by 24 hours minus the critical daylength.
2005-06-21 Added SYNONYM response to long-day
2005-06-21 Added SYNONYM short-night photoperiodism
2005-06-21 Added SYNONYM response to short-night

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0009648 (photoperiodism)
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