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Details for induction by symbiont of tumor or growth in host
Gene ontology ID
GO:0051819
Definition
The process in which a symbiont causes the formation of a mass of cells in a host organism. While these growths are often called nodules, they are not formed as nitrogen-fixing structures, but rather to provide an environment for the symbiont to grow. In this sense they are parasitic structures rather than mutualistic
Synonyms
1. induction by symbiont in host of tumor, nodule, or growth
2. induction by symbiont in host of tumor, nodule, or growth containing transformed cells
3. induction by symbiont of nodulation, tumor or growth in host
4. induction of tumor, nodule, or growth containing transformed cells in other organism during symbiotic interaction
5. induction of tumor, nodule, or growth containing transformed cells in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction
6. induction of tumor, nodule, or growth in other organism during symbiotic interaction
7. induction of tumor, nodule, or growth in other organism involved in symbiotic interaction
References
1. GOC: pg
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