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Term:
cresol catabolic process (GO:0046199)
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(+)-lariciresinol catabolic process 
(+)-pinoresinol catabolic process 
(+)-secoisolariciresinol catabolic process 
(-)-lariciresinol catabolic process 
(-)-pinoresinol catabolic process 
(-)-secoisolariciresinol catabolic process 
(R)-4-hydroxymandelate catabolic process 
1,3-dichloro-2-propanol catabolic process 
2-aminobenzenesulfonate catabolic process 
2-hydroxybenzoyl-CoA catabolic process 
2-nitropropane catabolic process 
3-hydroxyphenylacetate catabolic process 
3-methylquinoline catabolic process 
3-phenylpropionate catabolic process 
4-hydroxyphenylacetate catabolic process 
4-nitrophenol catabolic process 
6-hydroxycineole catabolic process 
acrylonitrile catabolic process 
actinorhodin catabolic process 
adamantanone catabolic process 
aerobic phenol-containing compound catabolic process 
anaerobic 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene metabolic process +  
anaerobic acetylene catabolic process 
anaerobic cyclohexane-1-carboxylate catabolic process 
anaerobic phenol-containing compound catabolic process 
anthranilate catabolic process 
arsonoacetate catabolic process 
asperthecin catabolic process 
averantin catabolic process 
biphenyl catabolic process  
bisphenol A catabolic process 
caprolactam catabolic process 
carbazole catabolic process 
catechol-containing compound catabolic process +   
cresol catabolic process +  
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of cresol, a mixture of the aromatic alcohol isoforms o-, p-, and m-cresol, which is obtained from coal tar or petroleum. The isomers are used as disinfectants, textile scouring agents, surfactants and as intermediates in the manufacture of salicylaldehyde, coumarin, and herbicides as well as being a major component of creosote.
curcumin catabolic process 
dibenzo-p-dioxin catabolic process  
dibenzofuran catabolic process 
dibenzothiophene catabolic process 
diorcinol catabolic process 
emericellin catabolic process 
emodin catabolic process 
endocrocin catabolic process 
eugenol catabolic process 
F-9775A catabolic process 
F-9775B catabolic process 
ferulate catabolic process +  
fluorene catabolic process 
fonsecin catabolic process 
funalenone catabolic process 
gallate catabolic process +  
halogenated hydrocarbon catabolic process +  
homogentisate catabolic process  
insecticide catabolic process +  
m-cresol metabolic process +  
melanin catabolic process 
methyl ethyl ketone catabolic process 
methylnaphthalene catabolic process 
monodictyphenone catabolic process 
neosartoricin catabolic process 
nitrotoluene catabolic process +  
nylon catabolic process 
o-orsellinic acid catabolic process 
octopamine catabolic process 
orcinol catabolic process 
organosilicon catabolic process +  
p-cresol metabolic process +  
p-cymene catabolic process 
pentachlorophenol catabolic process 
phenanthrene catabolic process +  
phenol catabolic process 
phenylacetate catabolic process  
phenylmercury acetate catabolic process 
phthalate catabolic process 
propylene catabolic process 
pyochelin catabolic process 
s-triazine compound catabolic process +  
salicylic acid catabolic process 
serotonin catabolic process 
shamixanthone catabolic process 
styrene catabolic process 
thiocyanate catabolic process 
thyroid hormone catabolic process  
toluene catabolic process +  
toluene-4-sulfonate catabolic process 
triethanolamine catabolic process 
vanillin catabolic process 
xylene catabolic process +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: cresol breakdown ;   cresol catabolism ;   cresol degradation
Definition Sources: GOC:ai

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