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Accession
GO:0048578
Name
positive regulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering
Ontology
biological_process
Synonyms
up regulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering, up-regulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering, upregulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering, activation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering, stimulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering
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Definition
Any process that activates, maintains or increases long-day photoperiodism, where the response associated with the photoperiodism is flowering. Flowering is defined by the switch from the vegetative to the reproductive phase. Source: ISBN:0697037754, ISBN:0709408862, ISBN:0582015952, GOC:jid, GOC:pj
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Parents of positive regulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering (GO:0048578)
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positive regulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering [is_a relation] is_a  regulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering (GO:0048586)
positive regulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering [is_a relation] is_a  positive regulation of post-embryonic development (GO:0048582)
positive regulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering [is_a relation] is_a  positive regulation of reproductive process (GO:2000243)
positive regulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering [RO:0002213 relation] RO:0002213  long-day photoperiodism, flowering (GO:0048574)
positive regulation of long-day photoperiodism, flowering [is_a relation] is_a  positive regulation of response to stimulus (GO:0048584)

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