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Term:
secondary alcohol biosynthetic process (GO:1902653)
Annotations: Rat: (51) Mouse: (49) Human: (72) Chinchilla: (66) Bonobo: (71) Dog: (30) Squirrel: (1) Pig: (34)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
(17Z)-protosta-17(20),24-dien-3beta-ol metabolic process +  
1,3-dichloro-2-propanol metabolic process +  
6-sulfoquinovose(1-) catabolic process to glycerone phosphate and 3-sulfolactaldehyde 
acetoin metabolic process +  
amino acid catabolic process to alcohol via Ehrlich pathway +  
asperfuranone metabolic process +  
butanediol metabolic process +  
cellular alcohol biosynthetic process +   
cholesterol metabolic process +   
cyclohexanol metabolic process +  
cyclopentanol biosynthetic process 
ecdysone metabolic process +  
ergosterol metabolic process +   
fatty alcohol biosynthetic process +  
fonsecin biosynthetic process 
isocitrate metabolic process  
menthol metabolic process +  
monensin A biosynthetic process 
negative regulation of alcohol biosynthetic process +   
octopamine biosynthetic process  
polyol biosynthetic process +   
polyprenol biosynthetic process +   
positive regulation of alcohol biosynthetic process +   
prenol biosynthetic process 
primary alcohol biosynthetic process +   
propan-2-ol metabolic process +  
regulation of alcohol biosynthetic process +   
secondary alcohol biosynthetic process +   
The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of secondary alcohol.
tertiary alcohol biosynthetic process +   
vitamin D3 metabolic process +   
zymosterol metabolic process +  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: secondary alcohol anabolism ;   secondary alcohol biosynthesis ;   secondary alcohol formation ;   secondary alcohol synthesis
Definition Sources: GO_REF:0000068, GOC:mengo_curators, GOC:TermGenie, PMID:11288200

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