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GO:0060110 basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix

Term Information

ID GO:0060110
Name basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix
Ontology Cellular Component
Definition The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae. An example of this component is found in Caenorhabditis elegans.
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Type Synonym
related basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based exoskeleton extracellular matrix

Taxon Constraints

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Ancestor GO ID Ancestor GO Term Name Relationship Taxon ID Taxon Reference(s)
GO:0005578 proteinaceous extracellular matrix only_in_taxon 2759 Eukaryota
GO:0060102 collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix only_in_taxon 33213 Bilateria
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Co-occurring Terms

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Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0060110 based on the entire annotation set Co-occurrence statistics for GO:0060110 based on non-IEA annotations only

Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-08-31 Added DEFINITION The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae. An example of this component is found in Caenorhabditis elegans.
2009-08-31 Deleted DEFINITION The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae.
2009-08-31 Deleted SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix (sensu Nematoda)
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0060103 (collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix part)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0060102 (collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix (sensu Nematoda)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based exoskeleton extracellular matrix
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix (sensu Nematoda)
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based exoskeleton extracellular matrix
2007-04-20 Added DEFINITION The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae.
2007-04-19 Added SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix (sensu Nematoda)
2007-04-19 Added SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based exoskeleton extracellular matrix
2007-04-19 Added TERM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2007-04-19 Added TERM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-08-31 Added DEFINITION The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae. An example of this component is found in Caenorhabditis elegans.
2009-08-31 Deleted DEFINITION The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae.
2009-08-31 Deleted SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix (sensu Nematoda)
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix (sensu Nematoda)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based exoskeleton extracellular matrix
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix (sensu Nematoda)
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based exoskeleton extracellular matrix
2007-04-20 Added DEFINITION The layer of cuticle most closely apposed to the hypodermal cells. The morphology of the basal layer varies with life stage. In adult C. elegans animals, the basal layers is comprised of three sublayers: two fibrous layers whose fibers run in clockwise and counter-clockwise directions meeting one another at a 60 degree angle, and an amorphous basal layer that lies underneath the fibrous layers and directly contacts the hypodermis. In C. elegans dauer and L1 larval stage animals, the basal layer is characterized by a striated pattern that appears to derive from interwoven laminae.
2007-04-19 Added SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix (sensu Nematoda)
2007-04-19 Added SYNONYM basal layer of collagen and cuticulin-based exoskeleton extracellular matrix

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0060103 (collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix part)
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION part of GO:0060102 (collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle extracellular matrix)
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