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Term:cell wall (1->3)-alpha-glucan biosynthetic process
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Definition:The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of (1->3)-alpha-D-glucans, compounds composed of glucose residues linked by (1->3)-alpha-glucosidic bonds, found in the walls of cells.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: cell wall 1,3-alpha-glucan anabolism;   cell wall 1,3-alpha-glucan biosynthesis;   cell wall 1,3-alpha-glucan formation;   cell wall 1,3-alpha-glucan synthesis



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  biological_process 17439
    cellular process 16434
      cell wall organization or biogenesis 2
        cell wall macromolecule metabolic process 2
          cell wall polysaccharide metabolic process 0
            cell wall polysaccharide biosynthetic process 0
              cell wall (1->3)-alpha-glucan biosynthetic process 0
                fungal-type cell wall (1->3)-alpha-glucan biosynthetic process + 0
                regulation of cell wall (1->3)-alpha-glucan biosynthetic process + 0
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  biological_process 17439
    metabolic process 11377
      primary metabolic process 10139
        carbohydrate metabolic process 616
          polysaccharide metabolic process 115
            glucan metabolic process 83
              cellular glucan metabolic process 82
                glucan biosynthetic process 49
                  alpha-glucan biosynthetic process 0
                    (1->3)-alpha-glucan biosynthetic process 0
                      cell wall (1->3)-alpha-glucan biosynthetic process 0
                        fungal-type cell wall (1->3)-alpha-glucan biosynthetic process + 0
                        regulation of cell wall (1->3)-alpha-glucan biosynthetic process + 0
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