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Term:
siderophore biosynthetic process from hydroxamic acid (GO:0019539)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
3'-phosphoadenosine 5'-phosphosulfate metabolic process +   
achromobactin biosynthetic process 
carboxylic acid metabolic process +   
chondroitin sulfate metabolic process +   
chrysobactin biosynthetic process 
cyclohexylsulfamate metabolic process 
diphosphate metabolic process  
dodecyl sulfate metabolic process 
glycosinolate metabolic process +  
glyphosate metabolic process 
heparin metabolic process +   
hypochlorous acid metabolic process +   
keratan sulfate metabolic process +   
negative regulation of siderophore biosynthetic process +  
nitrate metabolic process +   
polyphosphate metabolic process +   
positive regulation of siderophore biosynthetic process +  
pyochelin biosynthetic process 
pyoverdine biosynthetic process 
regulation of siderophore biosynthetic process +  
siderophore biosynthetic process from catechol +  
siderophore biosynthetic process from hydroxamic acid +  
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of a siderophore from other compounds, including hydroxamic acid.
silicate metabolic process 
sulfolipid metabolic process +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: siderophore anabolism from hydroxamic acid ;   siderophore formation from hydroxamic acid ;   siderophore synthesis from hydroxamic acid
Narrow Synonyms: siderochrome biosynthesis from hydroxamic acid ;   siderochrome biosynthetic process from hydroxamic acid ;   siderophore biosynthetic process from hydroxamic acid, peptide formation ;   siderophore biosynthetic process from hydroxamic acid, peptide modification
Alternate IDs: GO:0031197 ;   GO:0031198
Definition Sources: GOC:go_curators

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