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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:haustorium mother cell formation
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Definition:The process in which a symbiont cell is formed, separated from the tip of an infection hypha by a septum. The haustorium mother cell usually contains 2-4 fungal nuclei, and its function is to attach and penetrate the host. The host is defined as the larger of the organisms involved in a symbiotic interaction.
Comment:Note that this term should not be used to annotate gene products of the host. It should only be used to annotate those gene products from the symbiont involved in this process.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: haustorium mother cell formation on or near host



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  biological_process 19834
    developmental process 6965
      anatomical structure formation involved in morphogenesis 1245
        formation of infection structure 0
          haustorium mother cell formation 0
            negative regulation of haustorium mother cell formation 0
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  biological_process 19834
    biological process involved in interspecies interaction between organisms 1883
      biological process involved in symbiotic interaction 279
        biological process involved in interaction with host 169
          movement in host environment 138
            entry into host 116
              formation of infection structure 0
                haustorium mother cell formation 0
                  negative regulation of haustorium mother cell formation 0
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