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Term:glycoside biosynthetic process
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Accession:GO:0016138 term browser browse the term
Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of glycosides, compounds in which a glycosyl group is substituted into a hydroxyl, thiol or selenol group in another compound.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: O-glycoside anabolism;   O-glycoside biosynthesis;   O-glycoside biosynthetic process;   O-glycoside formation;   O-glycoside synthesis;   glycoside anabolism;   glycoside biosynthesis;   glycoside formation;   glycoside synthesis
 alt_id: GO:0016141

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  biological_process 20015
    metabolic process 12259
      organic substance metabolic process 11639
        carbohydrate derivative metabolic process 1030
          glycosyl compound metabolic process 119
            glycoside metabolic process 23
              glycoside biosynthetic process 0
                aminoglycoside antibiotic biosynthetic process + 0
                ascaroside biosynthetic process 0
                bacillithiol biosynthetic process 0
                beta-glucoside biosynthetic process + 0
                butirosin biosynthetic process 0
                cyanogenic glycoside biosynthetic process + 0
                glucosylglycerol biosynthetic process 0
                glucuronoside biosynthetic process 0
                mannosylglycerate biosynthetic process 0
                mycothiol biosynthetic process 0
                novobiocin biosynthetic process 0
                quercetin O-glucoside biosynthetic process 0
                saponin biosynthetic process + 0
                tobramycin biosynthetic process 0
                vistamycin biosynthetic process 0
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