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Term:indoleacetic acid conjugate biosynthetic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of an indole-3-acetic acid conjugate, a form of indoleacetic acid covalently bound to another molecule.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: IAA conjugate biosynthetic process;   indole acetic acid conjugate biosynthesis;   indole acetic acid conjugate biosynthetic process;   indoleacetic acid conjugate anabolism;   indoleacetic acid conjugate biosynthesis;   indoleacetic acid conjugate formation;   indoleacetic acid conjugate synthesis


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  biological_process 18179
    metabolic process 10866
      hormone metabolic process 232
        auxin metabolic process 3
          auxin biosynthetic process 0
            indoleacetic acid conjugate biosynthetic process 0
              indoleacetic acid amide conjugate biosynthetic process 0
              indoleacetic acid ester conjugate biosynthetic process 0
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  biological_process 18179
    cellular process 16288
      cellular metabolic process 9928
        organic acid metabolic process 988
          oxoacid metabolic process 963
            carboxylic acid metabolic process 918
              monocarboxylic acid metabolic process 585
                indoleacetic acid metabolic process 0
                  indoleacetic acid conjugate metabolic process 0
                    indoleacetic acid conjugate biosynthetic process 0
                      indoleacetic acid amide conjugate biosynthetic process 0
                      indoleacetic acid ester conjugate biosynthetic process 0
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