Biological process to genes

Query process ID GO:0016134
Process name The chemical reactions and pathways involving saponins, glycosides of plants in which the aglycan (sapogenin) moiety is a terpene or steroid and the sugar moiety is a glucose, a galactose, a pentose, a methylpentose or an oligosaccharide. Saponins are powerful surfactant agents and membrane active; they are, hence, toxic to animals on injection.
Organism Arabidopsis thaliana

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ECC Gene ID Repr. ID Gene name Functional description O.I. H.G. Other DB



The upper GO terms

Process ID Gene number Process name
GO:00067211The chemical reactions and pathways involving terpenoids, any member of a class of compounds characterized by an isoprenoid chemical structure and including derivatives with various functional groups.
GO:00161280The chemical reactions and pathways involving phytosteroids, steroids of higher plants differing from animal steroids C1 or C2 residues at C24 and/or a double bond at C22.
GO:00161370The chemical reactions and pathways involving glycosides, compounds in which a glycosyl group is substituted into a hydroxyl, thiol or selenol group in another compound.



The lower GO terms

Process ID Gene number Process name
GO:00161350The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the formation of saponins, glycosides of plants in which the aglycan (sapogenin) moiety is a terpene or steroid and the sugar moiety is a glucose, a galactose, a pentose, a methylpentose or an oligosaccharide. Saponins are powerful surfactant agents and membrane active; they are, hence, toxic to animals on injection.
GO:00161360The chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of saponins, glycosides of plants in which the aglycan (sapogenin) moiety is a terpene or steroid and the sugar moiety is a glucose, a galactose, a pentose, a methylpentose or an oligosaccharide. Saponins are powerful surfactant agents and membrane active; they are, hence, toxic to animals on injection.





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