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minus biological_process [Hs:730] [Mm:9500]
blankplus biological adhesion [Hs:844] [Mm:706]
blankplus biological regulation [Hs:9647] [Mm:10202]
blankplus cell killing [Hs:37] [Mm:23]
blankminus cellular process [Hs:13805] [Mm:13810]
blankblankplus actin filament-based process [Hs:409] [Mm:354]
blankblankplus cell activation [Hs:626] [Mm:451]
blankblankplus cell adhesion [Hs:842] [Mm:698]
blankblankisa cell adhesion molecule production
blankblankplus cell aging [Hs:71] [Mm:59]
blankblankplus cell communication [Hs:4718] [Mm:4969]
blankblankisa cell competition in a multicellular organism
blankblankplus cell cycle [Hs:1278] [Mm:998]
blankblankplus cell cycle process [Hs:997] [Mm:704]
blankblankminus cell death [Hs:1248] [Mm:918]
blankblankblankplus cytolysis [Hs:22] [Mm:25]
blankblankblankplus necrotic cell death [Hs:8] [Mm:9]
blankblankblankplus neuron death [Hs:38] [Mm:43]
blankblankblankminus programmed cell death [Hs:1070] [Mm:849]
blankblankblankblankminus apoptotic process [Hs:1058] [Mm:835]
blankblankblankblankblankplus activation of cysteine-type endopeptidase activity involved in apoptotic process [Hs:95] [Mm:79]
blankblankblankblankblankisa anoikis [Hs:4] [Mm:4]
blankblankblankblankblankplus apoptotic mitochondrial changes [Hs:44] [Mm:41]
blankblankblankblankblankisa apoptotic process in bone marrow
blankblankblankblankblankisa apoptotic process involved in luteolysis [Hs:3]
blankblankblankblankblankisa apoptotic process involved in metanephric collecting duct development
blankblankblankblankblankisa apoptotic process involved in metanephric nephron tubule development
blankblankblankblankblankplus apoptotic process involved in morphogenesis [Hs:8] [Mm:9]
blankblankblankblankblankplus apoptotic signaling pathway [Hs:166] [Mm:137]
blankblankblankblankblankplus cell-type specific apoptotic process [Hs:66] [Mm:66]
blankblankblankblankblankminus execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:85] [Mm:34]
blankblankblankblankblankblankminus cellular component disassembly involved in execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:84] [Mm:33]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus apoptotic nuclear changes [Hs:37] [Mm:30]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof apoptotic DNA fragmentation [Hs:29] [Mm:21]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof apoptotic chromosome condensation [Hs:3] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankplus cleavage of cytoskeletal proteins involved in execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:5] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof cleavage of cytosolic proteins involved in execution phase of apoptosis
blankblankblankblankblankblankpartof phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface
blankblankblankblankblankpartof mitochondrial fragmentation involved in apoptotic process [Hs:6] [Mm:7]
blankblankblankblankblankplus negative regulation of cysteine-type endopeptidase activity involved in apoptotic process [Hs:67] [Mm:73]
blankblankblankblankblankplus positive regulation of cysteine-type endopeptidase activity involved in apoptotic process [Hs:123] [Mm:105]
blankblankblankblankblankplus regulation of cysteine-type endopeptidase activity involved in apoptotic process [Hs:193] [Mm:182]
blankblankblankblankplus autophagic cell death [Hs:7] [Mm:7]
blankblankblankblankisa cornification
blankblankblankblankplus developmental programmed cell death [Hs:15] [Mm:17]
blankblankblankblankplus host programmed cell death induced by symbiont
blankblankblankblankisa hydrogen peroxide-mediated programmed cell death [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankplus programmed necrotic cell death [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankisa pyroptosis [Hs:2] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankisa singlet oxygen-mediated programmed cell death
blankblankplus cell division [Hs:465] [Mm:431]
blankblankplus cell growth [Hs:106] [Mm:87]
blankblankplus cell recognition [Hs:85] [Mm:85]
blankblankplus cellular component movement [Hs:1013] [Mm:805]
blankblankminus cellular component organization or biogenesis [Hs:4312] [Mm:3660]
blankblankblankplus cell wall organization or biogenesis [Hs:18] [Mm:14]
blankblankblankplus cellular component biogenesis [Hs:1691] [Mm:1451]
blankblankblankminus cellular component organization [Hs:4180] [Mm:3497]
blankblankblankblankplus DNA packaging [Hs:211] [Mm:112]
blankblankblankblankplus actin cortical patch organization
blankblankblankblankplus blood microparticle formation
blankblankblankblankplus cell junction organization [Hs:198] [Mm:107]
blankblankblankblankplus cell projection organization [Hs:902] [Mm:712]
blankblankblankblankplus cellular component assembly [Hs:1535] [Mm:1286]
blankblankblankblankminus cellular component disassembly [Hs:295] [Mm:92]
blankblankblankblankblankisa Golgi disassembly [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankplus cell wall disassembly
blankblankblankblankblankminus cellular component disassembly involved in execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:84] [Mm:33]
blankblankblankblankblankblankminus apoptotic nuclear changes [Hs:37] [Mm:30]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof apoptotic DNA fragmentation [Hs:29] [Mm:21]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof apoptotic chromosome condensation [Hs:3] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus cleavage of cytoskeletal proteins involved in execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:5] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankblankpartof cleavage of cytosolic proteins involved in execution phase of apoptosis
blankblankblankblankblankplus chromatin disassembly [Hs:19] [Mm:15]
blankblankblankblankblankisa desmosome disassembly [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankisa enucleation
blankblankblankblankblankisa equatorial microtubule organizing center disassembly
blankblankblankblankblankplus extracellular matrix disassembly [Hs:32] [Mm:6]
blankblankblankblankblankplus macromolecular complex disassembly [Hs:173] [Mm:47]
blankblankblankblankblankplus membrane disassembly [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankisa primary cell septum disassembly
blankblankblankblankblankisa septin ring disassembly
blankblankblankblankblankplus spindle disassembly
blankblankblankblankblankisa synaptonemal complex disassembly [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankplus cellular component maintenance [Hs:38] [Mm:43]
blankblankblankblankplus cellular component morphogenesis [Hs:922] [Mm:727]
blankblankblankblankplus cytoplasm organization [Hs:6] [Mm:10]
blankblankblankblankplus dendritic spine organization [Hs:11] [Mm:9]
blankblankblankblankplus external encapsulating structure organization [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankplus extracellular structure organization [Hs:223] [Mm:166]
blankblankblankblankplus fibril organization [Hs:12] [Mm:10]
blankblankblankblankplus macromolecular complex subunit organization [Hs:1174] [Mm:895]
blankblankblankblankminus membrane organization [Hs:423] [Mm:329]
blankblankblankblankblankminus cellular membrane organization [Hs:418] [Mm:321]
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa Golgi vesicle bud deformation and release
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa T-tubule organization [Hs:2] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus cellular membrane fusion [Hs:80] [Mm:62]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus endomembrane system organization [Hs:4] [Mm:4]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus endoplasmic reticulum membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus lysosomal membrane organization [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa membrane addition at site of cytokinesis
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus membrane assembly [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus membrane budding [Hs:43] [Mm:25]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus membrane disassembly [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus membrane fission [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus membrane invagination [Hs:15] [Mm:22]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus membrane raft organization [Hs:9] [Mm:7]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus mitochondrial membrane organization [Hs:40] [Mm:47]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus neuronal ion channel clustering [Hs:10] [Mm:10]
blankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear envelope organization [Hs:20] [Mm:18]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof microtubule organizing center attachment site organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear envelope disassembly [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear envelope reassembly [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear membrane organization [Hs:5] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear inner membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear outer membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankplus pronuclear envelope synthesis
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof protein localization to nuclear envelope
blankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear membrane organization [Hs:5] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear inner membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear outer membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankpartof phospholipid transfer to membrane [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus plasma membrane organization [Hs:85] [Mm:84]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus plastid membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus postsynaptic membrane organization [Hs:13] [Mm:13]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus presynaptic membrane organization [Hs:9] [Mm:9]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus protein insertion into membrane [Hs:14] [Mm:10]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus protein localization to membrane [Hs:83] [Mm:96]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus protein transport within lipid bilayer [Hs:2] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus regulation of membrane lipid distribution [Hs:20] [Mm:7]
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa spore membrane bending pathway
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa synaptic vesicle membrane organization [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankplus membrane fusion [Hs:86] [Mm:68]
blankblankblankblankisa microtubule organizing center attachment site organization
blankblankblankblankplus nucleoid organization
blankblankblankblankminus organelle organization [Hs:2193] [Mm:1950]
blankblankblankblankblankisa ER body organization
blankblankblankblankblankplus Golgi organization [Hs:41] [Mm:50]
blankblankblankblankblankisa P granule organization [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankplus chromosome organization [Hs:768] [Mm:661]
blankblankblankblankblankplus cytoskeleton organization [Hs:762] [Mm:688]
blankblankblankblankblankplus endoplasmic reticulum organization [Hs:25] [Mm:25]
blankblankblankblankblankisa endoplasmic reticulum-Golgi intermediate compartment organization
blankblankblankblankblankplus endosome organization [Hs:28] [Mm:31]
blankblankblankblankblankplus fusome organization
blankblankblankblankblankisa lipid particle organization [Hs:4] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankblankplus microtubule organizing center organization [Hs:65] [Mm:54]
blankblankblankblankblankplus mitochondrial nucleoid organization
blankblankblankblankblankplus mitochondrion organization [Hs:220] [Mm:213]
blankblankblankblankblankminus nucleus organization [Hs:57] [Mm:57]
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa female pronucleus assembly [Hs:1] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus karyogamy [Hs:1]
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa macronucleus organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus male pronucleus assembly [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa micronucleus organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear body organization [Hs:6] [Mm:7]
blankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear envelope organization [Hs:20] [Mm:18]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof microtubule organizing center attachment site organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear envelope disassembly [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear envelope reassembly [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear membrane organization [Hs:5] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear inner membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear outer membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankplus pronuclear envelope synthesis
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof protein localization to nuclear envelope
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear matrix organization [Hs:4] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear pore distribution [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear pore organization [Hs:5] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus nucleolus organization [Hs:5] [Mm:6]
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa nucleus inheritance
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus spermatid nucleus differentiation [Hs:12] [Mm:15]
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa spermatid nucleus elongation [Hs:2] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankplus organelle assembly [Hs:105] [Mm:110]
blankblankblankblankblankplus organelle fission [Hs:378] [Mm:312]
blankblankblankblankblankplus organelle fusion [Hs:40] [Mm:40]
blankblankblankblankblankplus organelle inheritance [Hs:4] [Mm:6]
blankblankblankblankblankplus peroxisome organization [Hs:36] [Mm:34]
blankblankblankblankblankplus phagosome maturation [Hs:42] [Mm:4]
blankblankblankblankblankplus plastid organization
blankblankblankblankblankplus rhabdomere development
blankblankblankblankblankisa spectrosome organization
blankblankblankblankblankplus vacuole organization [Hs:58] [Mm:58]
blankblankblankblankblankplus vesicle organization [Hs:107] [Mm:83]
blankblankblankblankisa periplasmic space organization
blankblankblankblankisa photoreceptor cell outer segment organization [Hs:4] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankisa plastoglobule organization
blankblankblankblankplus pore formation in membrane of other organism
blankblankblankblankplus regulation of cellular component size [Hs:202] [Mm:205]
blankblankblankblankplus synapse organization [Hs:112] [Mm:105]
blankblankblankblankisa terminal button organization [Hs:3] [Mm:3]
blankblankplus cellular developmental process [Hs:2855] [Mm:2758]
blankblankplus cellular homeostasis [Hs:734] [Mm:753]
blankblankplus cellular localization [Hs:1808] [Mm:1388]
blankblankplus cellular metabolic process [Hs:8353] [Mm:7311]
blankblankplus cellular pigmentation [Hs:38] [Mm:25]
blankblankplus cellular potassium ion transport [Hs:21] [Mm:90]
blankblankplus cellular process involved in reproduction [Hs:551] [Mm:419]
blankblankplus cellular response to stimulus [Hs:5114] [Mm:5405]
blankblankisa chromosome number maintenance
blankblankplus chromosome segregation [Hs:144] [Mm:139]
blankblankplus contact inhibition [Hs:6] [Mm:7]
blankblankplus cytokinesis [Hs:94] [Mm:73]
blankblankplus cytokinetic process [Hs:8] [Mm:9]
blankblankplus ensheathment of neurons [Hs:81] [Mm:82]
blankblankplus establishment or maintenance of cell polarity [Hs:124] [Mm:116]
blankblankisa establishment or maintenance of cell type involved in phenotypic switching
blankblankminus execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:85] [Mm:34]
blankblankblankminus cellular component disassembly involved in execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:84] [Mm:33]
blankblankblankblankminus apoptotic nuclear changes [Hs:37] [Mm:30]
blankblankblankblankblankpartof apoptotic DNA fragmentation [Hs:29] [Mm:21]
blankblankblankblankblankpartof apoptotic chromosome condensation [Hs:3] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankplus cleavage of cytoskeletal proteins involved in execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:5] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankpartof cleavage of cytosolic proteins involved in execution phase of apoptosis
blankblankblankpartof phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface
blankblankplus gene silencing [Hs:85] [Mm:86]
blankblankplus generation of a signal involved in cell-cell signaling [Hs:158] [Mm:137]
blankblankplus intercellular transport
blankblankplus intermediate filament-based process [Hs:40] [Mm:34]
blankblankplus light absorption
blankblankisa maintenance of blood-brain barrier [Hs:2] [Mm:3]
blankblankplus maintenance of location in cell [Hs:105] [Mm:91]
blankblankplus membrane docking [Hs:37] [Mm:24]
blankblankplus microtubule-based process [Hs:424] [Mm:404]
blankblankplus plasmid maintenance
blankblankisa reversion of cell type to default state involved in phenotypic switching
blankblankplus secretion by cell [Hs:431] [Mm:292]
blankblankplus signal maturation [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankplus signal release [Hs:158] [Mm:137]
blankblankplus stomatal movement
blankblankplus syncytium formation [Hs:24] [Mm:22]
blankblankplus translational initiation [Hs:169] [Mm:82]
blankblankplus transmembrane transport [Hs:751] [Mm:879]
blankblankplus transposition [Hs:2]
blankblankplus vegetative growth of a single-celled organism
blankblankplus vesicle targeting [Hs:42] [Mm:14]
blankminus death [Hs:1251] [Mm:925]
blankblankminus cell death [Hs:1248] [Mm:918]
blankblankblankplus cytolysis [Hs:22] [Mm:25]
blankblankblankplus necrotic cell death [Hs:8] [Mm:9]
blankblankblankplus neuron death [Hs:38] [Mm:43]
blankblankblankminus programmed cell death [Hs:1070] [Mm:849]
blankblankblankblankminus apoptotic process [Hs:1058] [Mm:835]
blankblankblankblankblankplus activation of cysteine-type endopeptidase activity involved in apoptotic process [Hs:95] [Mm:79]
blankblankblankblankblankisa anoikis [Hs:4] [Mm:4]
blankblankblankblankblankplus apoptotic mitochondrial changes [Hs:44] [Mm:41]
blankblankblankblankblankisa apoptotic process in bone marrow
blankblankblankblankblankisa apoptotic process involved in luteolysis [Hs:3]
blankblankblankblankblankisa apoptotic process involved in metanephric collecting duct development
blankblankblankblankblankisa apoptotic process involved in metanephric nephron tubule development
blankblankblankblankblankplus apoptotic process involved in morphogenesis [Hs:8] [Mm:9]
blankblankblankblankblankplus apoptotic signaling pathway [Hs:166] [Mm:137]
blankblankblankblankblankplus cell-type specific apoptotic process [Hs:66] [Mm:66]
blankblankblankblankblankminus execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:85] [Mm:34]
blankblankblankblankblankblankminus cellular component disassembly involved in execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:84] [Mm:33]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus apoptotic nuclear changes [Hs:37] [Mm:30]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof apoptotic DNA fragmentation [Hs:29] [Mm:21]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof apoptotic chromosome condensation [Hs:3] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankplus cleavage of cytoskeletal proteins involved in execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:5] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankpartof cleavage of cytosolic proteins involved in execution phase of apoptosis
blankblankblankblankblankblankpartof phosphatidylserine exposure on apoptotic cell surface
blankblankblankblankblankpartof mitochondrial fragmentation involved in apoptotic process [Hs:6] [Mm:7]
blankblankblankblankblankplus negative regulation of cysteine-type endopeptidase activity involved in apoptotic process [Hs:67] [Mm:73]
blankblankblankblankblankplus positive regulation of cysteine-type endopeptidase activity involved in apoptotic process [Hs:123] [Mm:105]
blankblankblankblankblankplus regulation of cysteine-type endopeptidase activity involved in apoptotic process [Hs:193] [Mm:182]
blankblankblankblankplus autophagic cell death [Hs:7] [Mm:7]
blankblankblankblankisa cornification
blankblankblankblankplus developmental programmed cell death [Hs:15] [Mm:17]
blankblankblankblankplus host programmed cell death induced by symbiont
blankblankblankblankisa hydrogen peroxide-mediated programmed cell death [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankplus programmed necrotic cell death [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankisa pyroptosis [Hs:2] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankisa singlet oxygen-mediated programmed cell death
blankblankplus tissue death
blankplus developmental process [Hs:4846] [Mm:4217]
blankplus establishment of localization [Hs:3312] [Mm:3124]
blankplus growth [Hs:368] [Mm:371]
blankplus immune system process [Hs:1733] [Mm:1205]
blankplus localization [Hs:4083] [Mm:3831]
blankplus locomotion [Hs:1123] [Mm:809]
blankplus metabolic process [Hs:9148] [Mm:8524]
blankminus multi-organism process [Hs:5125] [Mm:4073]
blankblankplus adhesion to other organism involved in symbiotic interaction [Hs:8] [Mm:12]
blankblankplus biofilm formation
blankblankminus cellular component organization [Hs:4180] [Mm:3497]
blankblankblankplus DNA packaging [Hs:211] [Mm:112]
blankblankblankplus actin cortical patch organization
blankblankblankplus blood microparticle formation
blankblankblankplus cell junction organization [Hs:198] [Mm:107]
blankblankblankplus cell projection organization [Hs:902] [Mm:712]
blankblankblankplus cellular component assembly [Hs:1535] [Mm:1286]
blankblankblankminus cellular component disassembly [Hs:295] [Mm:92]
blankblankblankblankisa Golgi disassembly [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankplus cell wall disassembly
blankblankblankblankminus cellular component disassembly involved in execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:84] [Mm:33]
blankblankblankblankblankminus apoptotic nuclear changes [Hs:37] [Mm:30]
blankblankblankblankblankblankpartof apoptotic DNA fragmentation [Hs:29] [Mm:21]
blankblankblankblankblankblankpartof apoptotic chromosome condensation [Hs:3] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankplus cleavage of cytoskeletal proteins involved in execution phase of apoptosis [Hs:5] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankpartof cleavage of cytosolic proteins involved in execution phase of apoptosis
blankblankblankblankplus chromatin disassembly [Hs:19] [Mm:15]
blankblankblankblankisa desmosome disassembly [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankisa enucleation
blankblankblankblankisa equatorial microtubule organizing center disassembly
blankblankblankblankplus extracellular matrix disassembly [Hs:32] [Mm:6]
blankblankblankblankplus macromolecular complex disassembly [Hs:173] [Mm:47]
blankblankblankblankplus membrane disassembly [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankisa primary cell septum disassembly
blankblankblankblankisa septin ring disassembly
blankblankblankblankplus spindle disassembly
blankblankblankblankisa synaptonemal complex disassembly [Mm:1]
blankblankblankplus cellular component maintenance [Hs:38] [Mm:43]
blankblankblankplus cellular component morphogenesis [Hs:922] [Mm:727]
blankblankblankplus cytoplasm organization [Hs:6] [Mm:10]
blankblankblankplus dendritic spine organization [Hs:11] [Mm:9]
blankblankblankplus external encapsulating structure organization [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankplus extracellular structure organization [Hs:223] [Mm:166]
blankblankblankplus fibril organization [Hs:12] [Mm:10]
blankblankblankplus macromolecular complex subunit organization [Hs:1174] [Mm:895]
blankblankblankminus membrane organization [Hs:423] [Mm:329]
blankblankblankblankminus cellular membrane organization [Hs:418] [Mm:321]
blankblankblankblankblankisa Golgi vesicle bud deformation and release
blankblankblankblankblankisa T-tubule organization [Hs:2] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankplus cellular membrane fusion [Hs:80] [Mm:62]
blankblankblankblankblankplus endomembrane system organization [Hs:4] [Mm:4]
blankblankblankblankblankplus endoplasmic reticulum membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankplus lysosomal membrane organization [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankisa membrane addition at site of cytokinesis
blankblankblankblankblankplus membrane assembly [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankplus membrane budding [Hs:43] [Mm:25]
blankblankblankblankblankplus membrane disassembly [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankplus membrane fission [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankplus membrane invagination [Hs:15] [Mm:22]
blankblankblankblankblankplus membrane raft organization [Hs:9] [Mm:7]
blankblankblankblankblankplus mitochondrial membrane organization [Hs:40] [Mm:47]
blankblankblankblankblankplus neuronal ion channel clustering [Hs:10] [Mm:10]
blankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear envelope organization [Hs:20] [Mm:18]
blankblankblankblankblankblankpartof microtubule organizing center attachment site organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear envelope disassembly [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear envelope reassembly [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear membrane organization [Hs:5] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear inner membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear outer membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus pronuclear envelope synthesis
blankblankblankblankblankblankpartof protein localization to nuclear envelope
blankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear membrane organization [Hs:5] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear inner membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear outer membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankpartof phospholipid transfer to membrane [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankplus plasma membrane organization [Hs:85] [Mm:84]
blankblankblankblankblankplus plastid membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankplus postsynaptic membrane organization [Hs:13] [Mm:13]
blankblankblankblankblankplus presynaptic membrane organization [Hs:9] [Mm:9]
blankblankblankblankblankplus protein insertion into membrane [Hs:14] [Mm:10]
blankblankblankblankblankplus protein localization to membrane [Hs:83] [Mm:96]
blankblankblankblankblankplus protein transport within lipid bilayer [Hs:2] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankplus regulation of membrane lipid distribution [Hs:20] [Mm:7]
blankblankblankblankblankisa spore membrane bending pathway
blankblankblankblankblankisa synaptic vesicle membrane organization [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankplus membrane fusion [Hs:86] [Mm:68]
blankblankblankisa microtubule organizing center attachment site organization
blankblankblankplus nucleoid organization
blankblankblankminus organelle organization [Hs:2193] [Mm:1950]
blankblankblankblankisa ER body organization
blankblankblankblankplus Golgi organization [Hs:41] [Mm:50]
blankblankblankblankisa P granule organization [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankplus chromosome organization [Hs:768] [Mm:661]
blankblankblankblankplus cytoskeleton organization [Hs:762] [Mm:688]
blankblankblankblankplus endoplasmic reticulum organization [Hs:25] [Mm:25]
blankblankblankblankisa endoplasmic reticulum-Golgi intermediate compartment organization
blankblankblankblankplus endosome organization [Hs:28] [Mm:31]
blankblankblankblankplus fusome organization
blankblankblankblankisa lipid particle organization [Hs:4] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankplus microtubule organizing center organization [Hs:65] [Mm:54]
blankblankblankblankplus mitochondrial nucleoid organization
blankblankblankblankplus mitochondrion organization [Hs:220] [Mm:213]
blankblankblankblankminus nucleus organization [Hs:57] [Mm:57]
blankblankblankblankblankisa female pronucleus assembly [Hs:1] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankplus karyogamy [Hs:1]
blankblankblankblankblankisa macronucleus organization
blankblankblankblankblankplus male pronucleus assembly [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankisa micronucleus organization
blankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear body organization [Hs:6] [Mm:7]
blankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear envelope organization [Hs:20] [Mm:18]
blankblankblankblankblankblankpartof microtubule organizing center attachment site organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear envelope disassembly [Hs:3] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear envelope reassembly [Hs:2] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear membrane organization [Hs:5] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankminus nuclear fragmentation involved in apoptotic nuclear change [Hs:2] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear inner membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear outer membrane organization
blankblankblankblankblankblankplus pronuclear envelope synthesis
blankblankblankblankblankblankpartof protein localization to nuclear envelope
blankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear matrix organization [Hs:4] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankblankisa nuclear pore distribution [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankblankblankblankplus nuclear pore organization [Hs:5] [Mm:5]
blankblankblankblankblankplus nucleolus organization [Hs:5] [Mm:6]
blankblankblankblankblankisa nucleus inheritance
blankblankblankblankblankplus spermatid nucleus differentiation [Hs:12] [Mm:15]
blankblankblankblankblankisa spermatid nucleus elongation [Hs:2] [Mm:3]
blankblankblankblankplus organelle assembly [Hs:105] [Mm:110]
blankblankblankblankplus organelle fission [Hs:378] [Mm:312]
blankblankblankblankplus organelle fusion [Hs:40] [Mm:40]
blankblankblankblankplus organelle inheritance [Hs:4] [Mm:6]
blankblankblankblankplus peroxisome organization [Hs:36] [Mm:34]
blankblankblankblankplus phagosome maturation [Hs:42] [Mm:4]
blankblankblankblankplus plastid organization
blankblankblankblankplus rhabdomere development
blankblankblankblankisa spectrosome organization
blankblankblankblankplus vacuole organization [Hs:58] [Mm:58]
blankblankblankblankplus vesicle organization [Hs:107] [Mm:83]
blankblankblankisa periplasmic space organization
blankblankblankisa photoreceptor cell outer segment organization [Hs:4] [Mm:2]
blankblankblankisa plastoglobule organization
blankblankblankplus pore formation in membrane of other organism
blankblankblankplus regulation of cellular component size [Hs:202] [Mm:205]
blankblankblankplus synapse organization [Hs:112] [Mm:105]
blankblankblankisa terminal button organization [Hs:3] [Mm:3]
blankblankplus conjugation
blankblankplus flocculation
blankblankplus genetic transfer [Hs:2]
blankblankplus homeostasis of number of cells in a free-living population [Hs:1] [Mm:1]
blankblankplus interspecies interaction between organisms [Hs:495] [Mm:122]
blankblankplus intraspecies interaction between organisms
blankblankplus mating [Hs:36] [Mm:43]
blankblankplus modification of morphology or physiology of other organism [Hs:69] [Mm:49]
blankblankplus multi-multicellular organism process [Hs:193] [Mm:114]
blankblankplus multi-organism behavior [Hs:65] [Mm:65]
blankblankplus multi-organism metabolic process
blankblankisa multi-organism signaling
blankblankisa pathogenesis [Hs:4] [Mm:5]
blankblankplus response to other organism [Hs:624] [Mm:508]
blankblankplus viral reproduction [Hs:756] [Mm:98]
blankplus multicellular organismal process [Hs:6014] [Mm:5976]
blankplus reproduction [Hs:1721] [Mm:1059]
blankplus reproductive process [Hs:1713] [Mm:1055]
blankplus response to stimulus [Hs:6958] [Mm:6862]
blankplus signaling [Hs:4582] [Mm:4845]
blankplus single-organism process [Hs:8449] [Mm:8215]
plus cellular_component [Hs:694] [Mm:8790]
plus molecular_function [Hs:803] [Mm:9729]