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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:regulation of inositol biosynthetic process
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Definition:Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of inositol biosynthetic process.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: regulation of inositol anabolism;   regulation of inositol biosynthesis;   regulation of inositol formation;   regulation of inositol synthesis;   regulation of vitamin Bh biosynthesis;   regulation of vitamin Bh biosynthetic process
 narrow_synonym: regulation of myo-inositol biosynthesis;   regulation of myo-inositol biosynthetic process


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  biological_process 19858
    metabolic process 12097
      regulation of metabolic process 6886
        regulation of cellular metabolic process 6126
          regulation of cellular carbohydrate metabolic process 170
            regulation of inositol biosynthetic process 0
              negative regulation of inositol biosynthetic process 0
              positive regulation of inositol biosynthetic process 0
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  biological_process 19858
    metabolic process 12097
      organic substance metabolic process 11495
        organic substance biosynthetic process 6000
          organic hydroxy compound biosynthetic process 233
            alcohol biosynthetic process 147
              polyol biosynthetic process 69
                inositol biosynthetic process 3
                  regulation of inositol biosynthetic process 0
                    negative regulation of inositol biosynthetic process 0
                    positive regulation of inositol biosynthetic process 0
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