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Term:negative regulation of alkane biosynthetic process
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Accession:GO:1901578 term browser browse the term
Definition:Any process that stops, prevents or reduces the frequency, rate or extent of alkane biosynthetic process.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: down regulation of alkane anabolism;   down regulation of alkane biosynthetic process;   down regulation of alkane formation;   down regulation of alkane synthesis;   down-regulation of alkane biosynthesis;   downregulation of alkane anabolism;   downregulation of alkane biosynthesis;   downregulation of alkane biosynthetic process;   downregulation of alkane formation;   downregulation of alkane synthesis;   inhibition of alkane anabolism;   inhibition of alkane biosynthesis;   inhibition of alkane formation;   inhibition of alkane synthesis;   negative regulation of alkane anabolism;   negative regulation of alkane biosynthesis;   negative regulation of alkane formation;   negative regulation of alkane synthesis
 narrow_synonym: inhibition of alkane biosynthetic process


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  biological_process 19676
    metabolic process 11952
      biosynthetic process 5984
        negative regulation of biosynthetic process 1638
          negative regulation of cellular biosynthetic process 1596
            negative regulation of alkane biosynthetic process 0
              negative regulation of heptadecane biosynthetic process 0
              negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from 3-(methylthio)propionic acid 0
              negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from carbon monoxide 0
              negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from dimethyl sulfide 0
              negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from dimethylamine 0
              negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from formic acid 0
              negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from methanethiol 0
              negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from methylamine 0
              negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from trimethylamine 0
              negative regulation of pentadecane biosynthetic process 0
              negative regulation of tridecane biosynthetic process 0
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  biological_process 19676
    biological regulation 13597
      regulation of biological process 12921
        regulation of metabolic process 6872
          regulation of biosynthetic process 4009
            negative regulation of biosynthetic process 1638
              negative regulation of cellular biosynthetic process 1596
                negative regulation of alkane biosynthetic process 0
                  negative regulation of heptadecane biosynthetic process 0
                  negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from 3-(methylthio)propionic acid 0
                  negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from carbon monoxide 0
                  negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from dimethyl sulfide 0
                  negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from dimethylamine 0
                  negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from formic acid 0
                  negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from methanethiol 0
                  negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from methylamine 0
                  negative regulation of methane biosynthetic process from trimethylamine 0
                  negative regulation of pentadecane biosynthetic process 0
                  negative regulation of tridecane biosynthetic process 0
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