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haustorium mother cell formation (GO:0075192)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
appressorium formation +  
formation of appressorium germ tube hook structure +  
haustorium mother cell formation +  
The process in which a symbiont cell is formed, separated from the tip of an infection hypha by a septum. The haustorium mother cell usually contains 2-4 fungal nuclei, and its function is to attach and penetrate the host. The host is defined as the larger of the organisms involved in a symbiotic interaction.
haustorium neck formation +  
hyphopodium formation +  
infection cushion formation +  
penetration hypha formation +  
penetration peg formation +  

Exact Synonyms: haustorium mother cell formation on or near host
Definition Sources: GOC:pamgo_curators

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