saccharose


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Related to saccharose: Maltodextrin, maltose, lactose, fructose, glucose, sucralose

saccharose

[′sak·ə‚rōs]
(organic chemistry)
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64 * average of three replicates Glu=Glucose, Fru=Fructose, Sac= Saccharose, Malt=Maltose, Lac=Lactose, Ami=amidon, Cell=Cellulose, Gly=Glycerin, Man=Mannose, AC=CitusAcide.
This is partly for cost reasons and partly because the organisms in use have been trained to prefer glucose to saccharose.
For the As(III) isolates (n = 26) tested with API 20E[R] strips, three of the isolates were positive for [beta]-galactosidase and six were positive for gelatinase; two were positive for mannitol and saccharose oxidation; one was positive for melibiose utilization.
Further work will include continuous inline monitoring of glucose, and extension of the principle to biomolecules such as fructose, saccharose, or glycerol that play an important role in many biochemical processes.
Cotton honeydew extract is composed of unusual oligo-saccharides, such as fructose, glucose, inositol, melezitose, saccharose, trehalose and trehalulose.
1997) explained that the effect of viscosity of saccharose solution on the transition regime is found to be significant because an increase of drag forces promotes bubble coalescence in the distributor region.
The plasma is withdrawn and after addition of 1 ml saccharose solution (60%) per 100 ml plasma, it is stored at -70[degrees]C in [N.
Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) are obtained either by acid or enzyme hydrolysis of mum, or by enzyme synthesis from saccharose.
A very smooth and sensorially different type of gel structure could be generated by mixing LM-pectin that has a low calcium content with amylose-rich maize starch and 25% saccharose.
It also has high levels of glucose, fructose and saccharose and its levels of fats, waxes and resins are low.
Utricularia als Objekt fur Heterotrophieuntersuchungen (Wechselwirkung von Saccharose und Acetat).
All of the strains produced acid from galactose, D-glucose, D-fructose, d-mannose, esculin, cellobiose, and saccharose.