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Term:
energy derivation by oxidation of reduced inorganic compounds (GO:0015975)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
ammonia oxidation +  
anaerobic phenylalanine oxidation 
ATP generation from ADP +   
cyclohexanol oxidation 
electron transport chain +   
energy derivation by oxidation of organic compounds +   
energy derivation by oxidation of reduced inorganic compounds +  
The chemical reactions and pathways by which a cell derives energy from inorganic compounds; results in the oxidation of the compounds from which energy is released.
ent-kaurene oxidation to kaurenoic acid 
ethanol oxidation  
formate oxidation 
glucose catabolic process to pyruvate utilizing ADP 
heme oxidation  
iodide oxidation 
ketone body metabolic process +   
L-alanine oxidation to D-lactate and ammonia 
L-alanine oxidation to pyruvate via D-alanine 
lactate oxidation  
lipid oxidation +   
lipoprotein oxidation +   
methanol oxidation 
n-octane oxidation 
NADH oxidation +   
NADH regeneration +   
NADPH oxidation  
NADPH regeneration +   
oxidative deethylation  
oxidative demethylation +   
oxidative phosphorylation +   
pentose-phosphate shunt, non-oxidative branch  
photosynthesis, light harvesting +  
photosynthesis, light reaction +  
polythionate oxidation 
protein oxidation +   
pyruvate oxidation  
regulation of generation of precursor metabolites and energy +   
sulfate reduction +  
sulfide oxidation +   
sulfur oxidation +   
sulphoglycolysis 
thioredoxin reduction 
toluene oxidation +  
tyrosine biosynthetic process, by oxidation of phenylalanine 
xanthine oxidation 

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: chemolithotrophie ;   chemolithotrophy ;   lithotrophy
Xrefs: MIPS_funcat:02.17 ;   Wikipedia:Lithotrophy
Definition Sources: GOC:mah

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