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Term:
actomyosin contractile ring disassembly (GO:1902621)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
actomyosin contractile ring assembly +   
actomyosin contractile ring contraction +   
actomyosin contractile ring disassembly +  
The disaggregation of an actomyosin contractile ring into its constituent components.
actomyosin contractile ring maintenance +  
adherens junction disassembly 
assembly of actomyosin apparatus involved in cytokinesis +   
cell septum assembly +   
cell wall disassembly +  
cell-substrate junction disassembly +   
cellular component disassembly involved in execution phase of apoptosis +   
chromatin disassembly +   
cleavage furrow formation +   
cleavage furrow ingression +   
contractile ring contraction +   
contractile ring localization +  
contractile ring maintenance +  
cytokinesis, site selection +  
desmosome disassembly  
division septum site selection 
enucleation +   
equatorial microtubule organizing center disassembly 
extracellular matrix disassembly +   
invadopodium disassembly +   
manchette disassembly 
membrane addition at site of cytokinesis +  
membrane disassembly +   
mitotic cytokinetic process +   
organelle disassembly +   
presynaptic active zone disassembly 
primary cell septum disassembly 
protein-containing complex disassembly +   
regulation of actomyosin contractile ring contraction +  
regulation of cytokinetic process +   
synapse pruning +   
synaptonemal complex disassembly  
tight junction disassembly +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: CAR disassembly
Related Synonyms: actomyosin ring disassembly ;   constriction ring disassembly ;   cytokinetic ring disassembly
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000079, GOC:TermGenie, PMID:14602073, PMID:22891673

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