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Term:ecdysteroid metabolic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways involving ecdysteroids, a group of polyhydroxylated ketosteroids ubiquitous in insects and other arthropods, in which they initiate post-embryonic development, including the metamorphosis of immature forms and the development of the reproductive system and the maturation of oocytes in adult females.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: ecdysteroid metabolism


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  biological_process 20027
    metabolic process 12278
      cellular metabolic process 11085
        cellular ketone metabolic process 227
          ecdysteroid metabolic process 0
            ecdysone metabolic process + 0
            ecdysteroid biosynthetic process + 0
            ecdysteroid catabolic process + 0
            negative regulation of ecdysteroid metabolic process + 0
            positive regulation of ecdysteroid metabolic process + 0
            regulation of ecdysteroid metabolic process + 0
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  biological_process 20027
    biological regulation 13773
      regulation of biological quality 4280
        regulation of hormone levels 589
          hormone metabolic process 217
            cellular hormone metabolic process 127
              ecdysteroid metabolic process 0
                ecdysone metabolic process + 0
                ecdysteroid biosynthetic process + 0
                ecdysteroid catabolic process + 0
                negative regulation of ecdysteroid metabolic process + 0
                positive regulation of ecdysteroid metabolic process + 0
                regulation of ecdysteroid metabolic process + 0
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