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Term:
regulation of entry into reproductive diapause (GO:0061963)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
modulation of development of symbiont involved in interaction with host +   
modulation of spore encystment on host +  
negative regulation of developmental process +   
negative regulation of entry into reproductive diapause 
positive regulation of developmental process +   
positive regulation of entry into reproductive diapause 
regulation of adipose tissue development +   
regulation of age-related resistance +  
regulation of aggregation involved in sorocarp development +  
regulation of anatomical structure morphogenesis +   
regulation of anterior head development +   
regulation of apoptotic process involved in development +   
regulation of ascospore-type prospore membrane formation +  
regulation of blastocyst development  
regulation of blood microparticle formation +   
regulation of bone trabecula formation +   
regulation of cardiac chamber formation +   
regulation of cardiac ventricle development +   
regulation of cell aging +   
regulation of cell differentiation +   
regulation of cell fate commitment +   
regulation of cell fate determination +   
regulation of conidiophore stalk development +  
regulation of dendrite development +   
regulation of dendritic spine development +   
regulation of dermatome development +   
regulation of development, heterochronic +   
regulation of developmental growth +   
regulation of ectoderm development +   
regulation of embryonic camera-type eye development +  
regulation of embryonic skeletal joint development +  
regulation of endosperm development +  
regulation of entry into reproductive diapause +  
Any process that modulates the rate or extent of the dormancy process that results in entry into reproductive diapause. Reproductive diapause is a form of diapause where the organism itself will remain fully active, including feeding and other routine activities, but the reproductive organs experience a tissue-specific reduction in metabolism, with characteristic triggering and releasing stimuli.
regulation of epidermis development +   
regulation of female pigmentation +  
regulation of floral organ abscission +  
regulation of germ tube formation +  
regulation of gonad development +   
regulation of hair follicle maturation +   
regulation of hemocyte proliferation +  
regulation of kidney development +   
regulation of leaf development +  
regulation of leaf senescence +  
regulation of lung alveolus development +   
regulation of male pigmentation +  
regulation of mating projection assembly +  
regulation of meristem development +  
regulation of meristem structural organization 
regulation of mesoderm development +   
regulation of mesoderm formation +  
regulation of multicellular organismal development +   
regulation of muscle organ development +   
regulation of muscle tissue development +   
regulation of myotome development +   
regulation of neural retina development +   
regulation of neuron projection regeneration +   
regulation of ovarian follicle development +   
regulation of pronephric nephron tubule development +  
regulation of retina development in camera-type eye +   
regulation of retinal cell programmed cell death +   
regulation of root development +  
regulation of salivary gland boundary specification +  
regulation of sclerotium development +  
regulation of sclerotome development +   
regulation of shoot system development +  
regulation of somatic muscle development +  
regulation of sorocarp development +  
regulation of spore germination +  
regulation of spore-bearing organ development +  
regulation of sporulation +  
regulation of stem cell population maintenance +   
regulation of synapse maturation +   
regulation of syncytium formation by plasma membrane fusion +   
regulation of tube lumen cavitation +  
regulation of vascular associated smooth muscle cell dedifferentiation +   
regulation of vulval development +  
specification of plant organ number +  

Synonyms
Definition Sources: GOC:ha, PMID:27689881

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