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Term:
negative regulation of anthocyanin catabolic process (GO:1900001)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
negative regulation of anthocyanin biosynthetic process 
negative regulation of anthocyanin catabolic process 
Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of anthocyanin catabolic process.
negative regulation of cellodextrin catabolic process 
negative regulation of cellooligosaccharide catabolic process 
negative regulation of cellotriose catabolic process 
negative regulation of cellular catabolic process +   
negative regulation of collagen catabolic process  
negative regulation of cyclodextrin catabolic process 
negative regulation of galactoglucomannan catabolic process 
negative regulation of galactomannan catabolic process 
negative regulation of glucomannan catabolic process 
negative regulation of glucose catabolic process to lactate via pyruvate  
negative regulation of glycolytic process +   
negative regulation of lipid catabolic process +   
negative regulation of pectin catabolic process 
negative regulation of pentose catabolic process to ethanol +  
negative regulation of protein catabolic process +   
positive regulation of anthocyanin catabolic process 
regulation of anthocyanin catabolic process +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: down regulation of anthocyanin breakdown ;   down regulation of anthocyanin catabolism ;   down regulation of anthocyanin degradation ;   negative regulation of anthocyanin breakdown ;   negative regulation of anthocyanin catabolism ;   negative regulation of anthocyanin degradation
Related Synonyms: down regulation of anthocyanin catabolic process
Definition Sources: GOC:TermGenie

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