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Term:carboacyl group
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Definition:A carboacyl group is a group formed by loss of at least one OH from the carboxy group of a carboxylic acid.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: carboacyl groups;   carboxylic acyl group
 related_synonym: carboxylic acyl groups


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  CHEBI ontology 19669
    chemical entity 19667
      group 19582
        organic group 18343
          acyl group 16943
            carboacyl group 16943
              divalent carboacyl group + 7
              univalent carboacyl group + 16943
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  CHEBI ontology 19669
    subatomic particle 19665
      composite particle 19665
        hadron 19665
          baryon 19665
            nucleon 19665
              atomic nucleus 19665
                atom 19665
                  main group element atom 19545
                    p-block element atom 19545
                      carbon group element atom 19428
                        carbon atom 19420
                          organic molecular entity 19420
                            organic group 18343
                              organic divalent group 18334
                                organodiyl group 18334
                                  carbonyl group 18222
                                    carbonyl compound 18222
                                      carboxylic acid 17923
                                        carboacyl group 16943
                                          divalent carboacyl group + 7
                                          univalent carboacyl group + 16943
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