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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:energy derivation by oxidation of reduced inorganic compounds
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways by which a cell derives energy from inorganic compounds; results in the oxidation of the compounds from which energy is released.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: chemolithotrophie;   chemolithotrophy;   lithotrophy
 xref: Wikipedia:Lithotrophy


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  biological_process 19678
    metabolic process 11954
      oxidation-reduction process 1106
        energy derivation by oxidation of reduced inorganic compounds 0
          aerobic respiration, using ammonia as electron donor 0
          aerobic respiration, using arsenite as electron donor 0
          aerobic respiration, using carbon monoxide as electron donor 0
          aerobic respiration, using ferrous ions as electron donor 0
          aerobic respiration, using hydrogen as electron donor 0
          aerobic respiration, using nitrite as electron donor 0
          aerobic respiration, using sulfur or sulfate as electron donor 0
          anaerobic respiration, using ammonium as electron donor 0
          lead sulfide oxidation 0
          methanogenesis + 0
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  biological_process 19678
    metabolic process 11954
      cellular metabolic process 10782
        generation of precursor metabolites and energy 496
          energy derivation by oxidation of reduced inorganic compounds 0
            aerobic respiration, using ammonia as electron donor 0
            aerobic respiration, using arsenite as electron donor 0
            aerobic respiration, using carbon monoxide as electron donor 0
            aerobic respiration, using ferrous ions as electron donor 0
            aerobic respiration, using hydrogen as electron donor 0
            aerobic respiration, using nitrite as electron donor 0
            aerobic respiration, using sulfur or sulfate as electron donor 0
            anaerobic respiration, using ammonium as electron donor 0
            lead sulfide oxidation 0
            methanogenesis + 0
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