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Term:positive regulation of asperthecin biosynthetic process
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Accession:GO:1900381 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that activates or increases the frequency, rate or extent of asperthecin biosynthetic process.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: activation of asperthecin biosynthesis;   activation of asperthecin formation;   activation of asperthecin synthesis;   positive regulation of asperthecin biosynthesis;   positive regulation of asperthecin formation;   positive regulation of asperthecin synthesis;   up regulation of asperthecin biosynthesis;   up regulation of asperthecin biosynthetic process;   up regulation of asperthecin formation;   up regulation of asperthecin synthesis;   upregulation of asperthecin biosynthesis;   upregulation of asperthecin biosynthetic process;   upregulation of asperthecin formation;   upregulation of asperthecin synthesis
 narrow_synonym: activation of asperthecin biosynthetic process


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  biological_process 19578
    positive regulation of biological process 6508
      positive regulation of metabolic process 3997
        positive regulation of small molecule metabolic process 160
          positive regulation of asperthecin biosynthetic process 0
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  biological_process 19578
    biological regulation 13539
      regulation of biological process 12843
        regulation of metabolic process 6834
          regulation of cellular metabolic process 6083
            regulation of cellular ketone metabolic process 146
              regulation of ketone biosynthetic process 22
                regulation of asperthecin biosynthetic process 0
                  positive regulation of asperthecin biosynthetic process 0
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