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Term:glycolytic fermentation to ethanol
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Definition:The anaerobic chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of glucose; it is converted into ethanol and carbon dioxide (CO2), producing two molecules of ATP for each molecule of glucose.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: ethanol fermentation;   glucose catabolic process to ethanol;   glucose fermentation to ethanol
 related_synonym: alcoholic fermentation
 xref: Wikipedia:Ethanol_fermentation


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  biological_process 20017
    metabolic process 12256
      ATP metabolic process 323
        glycolytic fermentation 5
          glycolytic fermentation to ethanol 0
            ethanol biosynthetic process involved in glucose fermentation to ethanol 0
            negative regulation of glycolytic fermentation to ethanol 0
            positive regulation of glycolytic fermentation to ethanol 0
            regulation of glycolytic fermentation to ethanol + 0
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  biological_process 20017
    metabolic process 12256
      cellular metabolic process 11064
        generation of precursor metabolites and energy 507
          energy derivation by oxidation of organic compounds 265
            fermentation 6
              glycolytic fermentation 5
                glycolytic fermentation to ethanol 0
                  ethanol biosynthetic process involved in glucose fermentation to ethanol 0
                  negative regulation of glycolytic fermentation to ethanol 0
                  positive regulation of glycolytic fermentation to ethanol 0
                  regulation of glycolytic fermentation to ethanol + 0
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