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Term:
response to singlet oxygen (GO:0000304)
Annotations: Rat: (1) Mouse: (1) Human: (1) Chinchilla: (1) Bonobo: (1) Dog: (1) Squirrel: (1) Pig: (1)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
age-dependent response to reactive oxygen species +   
cellular response to inorganic substance +   
cellular response to reactive oxygen species +   
negative regulation of response to reactive oxygen species +   
positive regulation of response to reactive oxygen species +   
regulation of response to reactive oxygen species +   
response to ammonium ion +   
response to arsenite ion +   
response to azide +   
response to bismuth +  
response to chlorate +   
response to chromate +   
response to fluoride +   
response to gold(3+) +   
response to hydrogen peroxide +   
response to hydrogen sulfide +   
response to hypochlorite 
response to metal ion +   
response to nitrate +  
response to nitric oxide +   
response to nitrite +   
response to nitrogen dioxide +   
response to oxygen radical +   
response to ozone +   
response to selenite ion +   
response to selenium ion +   
response to silicon dioxide +   
response to singlet oxygen +   
Any process that results in a change in state or activity of a cell or an organism (in terms of movement, secretion, enzyme production, gene expression, etc.) as a result of a singlet oxygen stimulus. Singlet oxygen is a dioxygen (O2) molecule in which two 2p electrons have similar spin. Singlet oxygen is more highly reactive than the form in which these electrons are of opposite spin, and it is produced in mutant chloroplasts lacking carotenoids and by leukocytes during metabolic burst.
response to sodium arsenite +   
response to sodium phosphate +   
response to sulfur dioxide +   
response to tellurium ion +   
response to vanadate(3-) +   
response to water +   

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Definition Sources: GOC:krc, ISBN:0124325653, ISBN:0198506732

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