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Term:
acetone catabolic process (GO:0043444)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
(+)-camphor catabolic process 
1,5-anhydro-D-fructose catabolic process 
11-oxo-beta-amyrin catabolic process 
acetate catabolic process to butyrate, ethanol, acetone and butanol 
acetoacetic acid catabolic process 
acetoin catabolic process 
acetone biosynthetic process 
acetone catabolic process 
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of acetone, propan-2-one.
adamantanone catabolic process 
aldosterone catabolic process 
asperfuranone catabolic process 
brexanolone catabolic process  
chalcone catabolic process 
cspyrone B1 catabolic process 
curcumin catabolic process 
ecdysteroid catabolic process +  
ecgonone methyl ester catabolic process 
emericellin catabolic process 
funalenone catabolic process 
glycyrrhetinate catabolic process 
helvolic acid catabolic process 
hexose catabolic process to acetone 
L-kynurenine catabolic process  
methyl ethyl ketone catabolic process 
methylglyoxal catabolic process +   
monodictyphenone catabolic process 
naphtho-gamma-pyrone catabolic process +  
neosartoricin catabolic process 
progesterone catabolic process  
quinone catabolic process +   
regulation of ketone catabolic process 
shamixanthone catabolic process 
tensidol A catabolic process 
tensidol B catabolic process 
tetracenomycin C catabolic process 

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: 2-propanone catabolic process ;   2-propanone catabolism ;   acetone breakdown ;   acetone catabolism ;   acetone degradation ;   dimethyl ketone catabolic process ;   dimethyl ketone catabolism ;   propan-2-one catabolic process ;   propan-2-one catabolism
Definition Sources: GOC:jl

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