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Term Information

Accession
GO:0044117
Name
growth of symbiont in host
Ontology
biological_process
Synonyms
growth in other organism during symbiotic interaction, growth in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction, growth of symbiont during interaction with host, growth of symbiont involved in interaction with host, growth of symbiont in host vascular tissue, growth of symbiont in host intercellular space
Alternate IDs
GO:0044116, GO:0044125, GO:0044112, GO:0044123
Definition
The increase in size or mass of an organism, occurring within the cells or tissues of the host organism. This may (but not necessarily) include a filamentous growth form, and also can include secretion of proteases and lipases to break down host tissue. The host is defined as the larger of the organisms involved in a symbiotic interaction. Source: GOC:jl, GOC:pamgo_curators
Comment
This term partially replaces the obsolete term 'growth or development of symbiont in host ; GO:0044412'. See also 'development of symbiont in host ; GO:0044114'.
History
See term history for GO:0044117 at QuickGO
Subset
None
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Parents of growth of symbiont in host (GO:0044117)
subject[Reorder by subject] relation[Reorder by relation] object[Reorder by object]
growth of symbiont in host [is_a relation] is_a  symbiotic process (GO:0044403)
growth of symbiont in host [is_a relation] is_a  growth involved in symbiotic interaction (GO:0044110)
Children of growth of symbiont in host (GO:0044117)
subject[Reorder by subject] relation[Reorder by relation] object[Reorder by object]
growth of symbiont in host cell (GO:0044119) [is_a relation] is_a  growth of symbiont in host
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