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Term:
regulation of asperfuranone biosynthetic process (GO:1900637)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
negative regulation of alcohol biosynthetic process +   
negative regulation of asperfuranone biosynthetic process 
negative regulation of polyketide biosynthetic process +  
positive regulation of alcohol biosynthetic process +   
positive regulation of asperfuranone biosynthetic process 
positive regulation of polyketide biosynthetic process +  
regulation of abscisic acid biosynthetic process +  
regulation of aldosterone biosynthetic process +   
regulation of asperfuranone biosynthetic process +  
Any process that modulates the frequency, rate or extent of asperfuranone biosynthetic process.
regulation of butyryl-CoA catabolic process to butanol +  
regulation of calcidiol 1-monooxygenase activity +   
regulation of chanoclavine-I biosynthetic process +  
regulation of cholesterol biosynthetic process +   
regulation of cortisol biosynthetic process +   
regulation of dolichol biosynthetic process 
regulation of ergosterol biosynthetic process +  
regulation of F-9775A biosynthetic process +  
regulation of F-9775B biosynthetic process +  
regulation of inositol biosynthetic process +  
regulation of inositol phosphate biosynthetic process +   
regulation of kojic acid biosynthetic process +  
regulation of neosartoricin biosynthetic process +  
regulation of pentose catabolic process to ethanol +  
regulation of phytol biosynthetic process +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: regulation of asperfuranone anabolism ;   regulation of asperfuranone biosynthesis ;   regulation of asperfuranone formation ;   regulation of asperfuranone synthesis
Definition Sources: GOC:di, GOC:TermGenie

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