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Term:regulation of cytokinesis, site selection
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Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of site selection that occurs as part of cytokinesis.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: regulation of site selection involved in cell cycle cytokinesis


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  biological_process 14546
    cellular process 13383
      cell cycle process 1306
        cytokinetic process 36
          regulation of cytokinetic process 3
            regulation of cytokinesis, site selection 0
              negative regulation of cytokinesis, site selection 0
              positive regulation cytokinesis, site selection + 0
              regulation of establishment of actomyosin contractile ring localization + 0
              regulation of mitotic cytokinesis, site selection + 0
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  biological_process 14546
    biological regulation 10395
      regulation of biological process 9832
        regulation of cellular process 9223
          regulation of cell cycle 1172
            regulation of cell cycle process 720
              regulation of cytokinesis 79
                regulation of cytokinetic process 3
                  regulation of cytokinesis, site selection 0
                    negative regulation of cytokinesis, site selection 0
                    positive regulation cytokinesis, site selection + 0
                    regulation of establishment of actomyosin contractile ring localization + 0
                    regulation of mitotic cytokinesis, site selection + 0
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