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Escherichia coli K-12 substr. MG1655 Gene-Ontology-Terms Class: GO:0015976 - carbon utilization

Synonyms: GO:0015978, carbon utilization by utilization of organic compounds, heterotrophy

Definition: A series of processes that forms an integrated mechanism by which a cell or an organism detects the depletion of primary carbon sources and then activates genes to scavenge the last traces of the primary carbon source and to transport and metabolize alternative carbon sources such as carbon dioxide or carbonic acid. The utilization process begins when the cell or organism detects carbon levels, includes the activation of genes whose products detect, transport or metabolize carbon-containing substances, and ends when carbon is incorporated into the cell or organism's metabolism.

Parent Classes:
GO:0044699 - single-organism process

Term Members:
carbonic anhydrase 2 monomer (can) ,
carbonic anhydrase monomer (cynT) ,
AdhE ,
protein involved in utilization of DNA as a carbon source (hofM) ,
iron-sulfur cluster scaffold protein (nfuA) ,
protein involved in utilization of DNA as a carbon source (hofQ) ,
23S rRNA m6A2030 methyltransferase (rlmJ) ,
protein involved in utilization of DNA as a carbon source (hofN) ,
protein involved in utilization of DNA as a carbon source (hofO) ,
protein involved in utilization of DNA as a carbon source (hofP)

Unification Links: GO:0015976


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Please cite the following article in publications resulting from the use of EcoCyc: Nucleic Acids Research 41:D605-12 2013
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