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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:fructose catabolic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of fructose, the ketohexose arabino-2-hexulose.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: fructose breakdown;   fructose catabolism;   fructose degradation


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  biological_process 20014
    metabolic process 12256
      catabolic process 2543
        small molecule catabolic process 367
          monosaccharide catabolic process 27
            hexose catabolic process 22
              fructose catabolic process 0
                aerobic fructose catabolic process 0
                anaerobic fructose catabolic process 0
                fructose catabolic process to hydroxyacetone phosphate and glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate 0
                glycolytic process from fructose through fructose-6-phosphate 0
                glycolytic process through fructose-1-phosphate 0
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  biological_process 20014
    metabolic process 12256
      primary metabolic process 10901
        carbohydrate metabolic process 630
          monosaccharide metabolic process 294
            hexose metabolic process 262
              fructose metabolic process 11
                fructose catabolic process 0
                  aerobic fructose catabolic process 0
                  anaerobic fructose catabolic process 0
                  fructose catabolic process to hydroxyacetone phosphate and glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate 0
                  glycolytic process from fructose through fructose-6-phosphate 0
                  glycolytic process through fructose-1-phosphate 0
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