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GO:0046373 L-arabinose metabolic process

Term Information

ID GO:0046373
Name L-arabinose metabolic process
Ontology Biological Process
Definition The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the D-enantiomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
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Type Synonym
exact L-arabinose metabolism

Cross-Ontology Relations

Relation Other Ontology ID Term
has_participant CHEBI CHEBI:30849 L-arabinose

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InterPro IPR005193
InterPro IPR007934
InterPro IPR010720

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Is a GO:0019572 L-arabinose catabolic process
Is a GO:0033357 L-arabinose biosynthetic process

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Change Log

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Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-01-12 Added DEFINITION The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the D-enantiomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2009-01-12 Deleted DEFINITION The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0019566 (arabinose metabolic process)
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM L-arabinose metabolism
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM L-arabinose metabolism
2007-01-29 Added SYNONYM L-arabinose metabolism
2007-01-15 Updated TERM L-arabinose metabolic process
2006-05-04 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2005-01-21 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2004-03-13 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2003-11-01 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, eg. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2003-10-18 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, eg. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides and so on.
2003-04-24 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e. g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides and so on.
2002-11-27 Added DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides and so on.
2002-09-20 Added TERM L-arabinose metabolism

Term

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2007-01-15 Updated TERM L-arabinose metabolic process
2002-09-20 Added TERM L-arabinose metabolism

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2009-01-12 Added DEFINITION The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the D-enantiomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2009-01-12 Deleted DEFINITION The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2008-05-13 Added DEFINITION The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2008-05-12 Deleted DEFINITION The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2007-08-09 Added SYNONYM L-arabinose metabolism
2007-08-09 Deleted SYNONYM L-arabinose metabolism
2007-01-29 Added SYNONYM L-arabinose metabolism
2006-05-04 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and pathways involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2005-01-21 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2004-03-13 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2003-11-01 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, eg. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides etc.
2003-10-18 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, eg. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides and so on.
2003-04-24 Updated DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e. g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides and so on.
2002-11-27 Added DEFINITION The chemical reactions and physical changes involving L-arabinose, the levorotatory isomer of arabino-pentose. L-arabinose occurs free, e.g. in the heartwood of many conifers, and in the combined state, in both furanose and pyranose forms, as a constituent of various plant hemicelluloses, bacterial polysaccharides and so on.

Relationships

Timestamp Action Category Detail
2008-04-01 Updated RELATION is a GO:0019566 (arabinose metabolic process)
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