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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
acrosome assembly +   
actin filament organization +   
actin fusion focus assembly 
actomyosin contractile ring organization +   
amyloid fibril formation +   
ascospore-type prospore assembly +  
ascospore-type prospore membrane formation +  
assembly of apicomedial cortex actomyosin 
bacterial-type flagellum assembly +  
basement membrane assembly involved in embryonic body morphogenesis +   
cellulosome assembly +  
centriole assembly +   
collagen fibril organization +   
cytoneme assembly 
cytoplasmic microtubule organization +   
eggshell chorion assembly +  
elastic fiber assembly  
female germline ring canal stabilization 
fibronectin fibril organization  
intermediate filament organization +   
intranuclear rod assembly 
kinetochore assembly +   
lamellipodium assembly involved in mesendodermal cell migration 
lipid droplet formation  
mating projection formation +  
microtubule depolymerization +   
microtubule polymerization +   
myelin assembly +   
myofibril assembly +   
Formation of myofibrils, the repeating units of striated muscle.
myosin filament organization +   
negative regulation of supramolecular fiber organization +   
P granule assembly 
P-body assembly +   
paranodal junction assembly  
podosome assembly +   
pollen aperture formation 
pollen wall assembly +  
positive regulation of supramolecular fiber organization +   
proteasome storage granule assembly 
regulation of actomyosin structure organization +   
regulation of supramolecular fiber organization +   
ribosome assembly +   
sarcomere organization +   
septin ring assembly +   
spindle assembly +   
spore wall assembly +  
stress fiber assembly +   
stress granule assembly +   
striated muscle myosin thick filament assembly +   
terminal web assembly  
trichome papilla formation 
vitelline membrane formation +   

Definition Sources: GOC:mah

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