XP:biological process xp cellular component

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XPs defining biological processes in terms of cellular components; example:

id: GO:0010020 ! chloroplast fission
intersection_of: GO:0048285  ! organelle fission
intersection_of: OBO_REL:results_in_division_of GO:0009507 ! chloroplast

id: GO:0043572 ! plastid fission
intersection_of: GO:0048285  ! organelle fission
intersection_of: OBO_REL:results_in_division_of GO:0009536 ! plastid


This allows a reasoner to compute the is_a relation between the two terms


See the go/scratch/xps directory

This xp file has been registered in the OBO xps metadata so it is available here:


An initial parse was made using Obol. The results were then manually vetted by cjm, and new xp defs manually added

mitochondrial X

Terms of the form "mitochondrial X" are typically defined as

* An X that unfolds_in a mitochondrion

Here unfolds_in is a relation between a process and the location of the participants throughout the process


id: GO:0000963 ! mitochondrial RNA processing
intersection_of: GO:0006396 ! RNA processing
intersection_of: OBO_REL:unfolds_in GO:0005739 ! mitochondrion

See this sf item for clarification on RNA processing terms

biogenesis, organization etc

Awaiting clarification. See: Cellular_component_processes

Existing xp defs may be changed once this is resolved

export terms


id: GO:0000056 ! ribosomal small subunit export from nucleus
intersection_of: GO:0051168 ! nuclear export
intersection_of: OBO_REL:results_in_transport_of GO:0015935 ! small ribosomal subunit

id: GO:0006608 ! snRNP protein import into nucleus
intersection_of: GO:0006606 ! protein import into nucleus
intersection_of: OBO_REL:results_in_transport_of GO:0030532 ! small nuclear ribonucleoprotein complex

id: GO:0006626 ! protein targeting to mitochondrion
intersection_of: GO:0006605 ! protein targeting
intersection_of: OBO_REL:results_in_transport_to GO:0005739 ! mitochondrion


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