Genome Property Definition Page

AccessionGenProp0026
Namechemotaxis
TypePHENOTYPIC
DescriptionYES NO CRYPTIC Chemotaxis (movement in response to chemical environment) requires three things - an ability of the cell to move (usually flagella, for bacteria), and ability to transduce environmental signals (often through methylation reactions), and a coupling between environmental signals and cell movement such that net movement of the cells toward or away from the stimulus occurs. If flagella is a cryptic property, and no other means of motion is detected, chemotaxis can be no greater than cryptic. If flagella is NO, chemotaxis is likely also to be NO.
Parent PropertyGenProp0073: cell motility
GenProp0864: response to external environment
GenProp0073: cell motility
GenProp0864: response to external environment
GenProp0073: cell motility
GenProp0864: response to external environment
Gene Ontology TermGO:0006935: chemotaxis (biological_process)
GO:0006935: chemotaxis (biological_process)
GO:0006935: chemotaxis (biological_process)
GO:0006935: chemotaxis (biological_process)
GO:0006935: chemotaxis (biological_process)
GO:0006935: chemotaxis (biological_process)
GO:0006935: chemotaxis (biological_process)
GO:0006935: chemotaxis (biological_process)
GO:0006935: chemotaxis (biological_process)


Parent Properties
AccessionName
GenProp0073cell motility
GenProp0864response to external environment
GenProp0073cell motility
GenProp0864response to external environment
GenProp0073cell motility
GenProp0864response to external environment

Child Properties
AccessionName
GenProp0762chemotaxis response-regulator system
GenProp0762chemotaxis response-regulator system
GenProp0762chemotaxis response-regulator system

Sibling Properties
AccessionName
GenProp0007flagella
GenProp0056type IV pilus
GenProp0781gliding motility, Bacteroidetes type
GenProp0848actin-based motility of invasive bacteria
GenProp0462response to stress
GenProp0874response to acid (low pH) environment