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Term:
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
actomyosin contractile ring organization +   
ascospore release from ascus +  
ascospore wall assembly 
ascospore wall beta-glucan metabolic process +  
ascospore wall biogenesis +  
ascospore wall chitin biosynthetic process +  
ascospore-type prospore assembly +  
ascospore-type prospore membrane assembly +  
ascospore-type prospore-specific spindle pole body remodeling 
assembly of actomyosin apparatus involved in cytokinesis +   
attachment of spindle microtubules to kinetochore involved in meiotic chromosome segregation +   
cell plate formation involved in plant-type cell wall biogenesis 
chiasma assembly  
chromosome organization involved in meiotic cell cycle +   
cleavage furrow formation +   
cleavage furrow ingression +   
contractile ring contraction +   
contractile ring localization +  
contractile ring maintenance +  
detection of stimulus involved in meiotic DNA replication checkpoint 
DNA strand elongation involved in premeiotic DNA replication 
double-strand break repair involved in meiotic recombination  
dynein-driven meiotic oscillatory nuclear movement +  
establishment of meiotic sister chromatid cohesion 
establishment of meiotic spindle localization +   
extracellular polysaccharide catabolic process involved in ascospore release from ascus +  
horsetail-astral microtubule organization +  
lateral element assembly  
LinE complex assembly 
linear element assembly +  
maintenance of meiotic sister chromatid cohesion +   
MAPK cascade involved in ascospore formation 
meiosis I cell cycle process +   
meiosis II cell cycle process +   
meiotic attachment of telomere to nuclear envelope  
meiotic attachment of telomeric heterochromatin to spindle pole body 
meiotic cell cycle checkpoint +   
meiotic cell cycle phase transition +   
meiotic cell cycle process involved in oocyte maturation +   
meiotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole +   
meiotic chromosome segregation +   
meiotic chromosome separation +   
meiotic cytokinesis +   
A cell cycle process that results in the division of the cytoplasm of a cell after meiosis, resulting in the separation of the original cell into two daughter cells.
meiotic DNA double-strand break clipping 
meiotic DNA double-strand break processing +   
meiotic DNA double-strand break resectioning 
meiotic DNA replication initiation +  
meiotic joint molecule formation +  
meiotic metaphase plate congression +   
meiotic nuclear division +   
meiotic nuclear envelope disassembly +  
meiotic nuclear envelope reassembly +  
meiotic sister chromatid arm separation +  
meiotic sister chromatid centromere separation 
meiotic spindle elongation +   
meiotic spindle midzone assembly  
meiotic spindle organization +   
meiotic spindle pole body organization +  
microtubule bundle formation involved in horsetail-astral microtubule organization 
microtubule cytoskeleton organization involved in homologous chromosome segregation  
mitotic cytokinesis +   
plant-type sporogenesis +  
pre-replicative complex assembly involved in premeiotic DNA replication 
premeiotic DNA replication +  
premeiotic DNA replication DNA ligation 
premeiotic DNA replication preinitiation complex assembly 
premeiotic DNA replication termination 
reciprocal meiotic recombination +   
repair of merotelic kinetochore attachment defect, meiosis I 
response to meiotic recombination checkpoint signaling 
sexual spore wall assembly 
sexual sporulation resulting in formation of a cellular spore +  
signal transduction involved in meiotic cell cycle checkpoint +  
spore membrane bending pathway 
synthesis of RNA primer involved in premeiotic DNA replication 
trehalose biosynthetic process involved in ascospore formation 

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: cytokinesis after meiosis
Definition Sources: GOC:mtg_cell_cycle

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