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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:alkene biosynthetic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of an alkene, any acyclic branched or unbranched hydrocarbon having one carbon-carbon double bond and the general formula CnH2n.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: alkene anabolism;   alkene biosynthesis;   alkene formation;   alkene synthesis


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  biological_process 19439
    metabolic process 11638
      cellular metabolic process 10639
        cellular alkene metabolic process 1
          alkene biosynthetic process 0
            1-undecene biosynthetic process 0
            17-methylnonadec-1-ene biosynthetic process + 0
            18-methylnonadec-1-ene biosynthetic process + 0
            ethylene biosynthetic process + 0
            heptadec-1-ene biosynthetic process 0
            nonadec-1-ene biosynthetic process + 0
            octadecene biosynthetic process + 0
            pentadec-1-ene biosynthetic process 0
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  biological_process 19439
    metabolic process 11638
      biosynthetic process 5985
        organic substance biosynthetic process 5871
          olefin biosynthetic process 0
            alkene biosynthetic process 0
              1-undecene biosynthetic process 0
              17-methylnonadec-1-ene biosynthetic process + 0
              18-methylnonadec-1-ene biosynthetic process + 0
              ethylene biosynthetic process + 0
              heptadec-1-ene biosynthetic process 0
              nonadec-1-ene biosynthetic process + 0
              octadecene biosynthetic process + 0
              pentadec-1-ene biosynthetic process 0
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