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Term:establishment of actomyosin contractile ring localization
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Definition:The process in which a contractile ring is assembled in a specific location as part of a process of cell cycle cytokinesis.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: cytokinesis site selection by contractile ring positioning;   establishment of contractile ring localisation involved in cell cycle cytokinesis;   establishment of contractile ring localization involved in cell cycle cytokinesis
 broad_synonym: contractile ring positioning
 related_synonym: actomyosin ring positioning;   establishment of contractile ring localization involved in cytokinesis during cell cycle


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  biological_process 19335
    localization 6324
      contractile ring localization 0
        actomyosin contractile ring localization 0
          establishment of actomyosin contractile ring localization 0
            establishment of mitotic actomyosin contractile ring localization + 0
            regulation of establishment of actomyosin contractile ring localization + 0
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  biological_process 19335
    cellular process 17239
      cell cycle 1620
        cell cycle process 1187
          cytokinesis 178
            cytokinetic process 41
              contractile ring localization 0
                actomyosin contractile ring localization 0
                  establishment of actomyosin contractile ring localization 0
                    establishment of mitotic actomyosin contractile ring localization + 0
                    regulation of establishment of actomyosin contractile ring localization + 0
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