saccharose


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saccharose

[′sak·ə‚rōs]
(organic chemistry)
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5 min, just before new food (5 mL of the 30% saccharose solution in a small tube, and two cut T.
The glucose and saccharose contents do not exhibit any statistically significant variation due to the drying treatment; however, fructose does.
The PHB used was produced from microbial fermentation using saccharose from sugarcane as the carbon source to the bacteria.
The cellular organoids were isolated from the liver by centrifugal separation in 0,25 M of saccharose solution, containing 1mM EDTA, RN--7,4 with double washing (Lowry, Rosenbrough, Farr, and Randalt, 1951).
Briefly, 2 mL of MH broth medium enriched with 5% saccharose (MHS) and inoculated with 1.
Saccharase catalyses the hydrolysis of saccharose into glucose and fructose and characterizes change processes of organic carbon compounds (Schimner & Sonnleitner, 1996).
Agave Barley malt Barley Beet sugar nectar syrup malt Brown Buttered Cane juice Cane juice sugar syrup crystals Caramel Carob syrup Corn Corn syrup, sweetener or corn syrup solids Date Dehydrated Dextrose Diastatic sugar cane Juice malt Ethyl Fructose Fruit Fruit juice maltol juice concentrate Glucose Golden sugar Golden Grape sugar solids syrup Glucose High-fructose Honey Invert corn syrup sugar Lactose Maltodextrin Malt syrup Maltose Mannitol Maple syrup Molasses Raw sugar Refiner's Rice syrup Saccharose Sorbitol syrup Sorghum or Sucrose Sugar Syrup sorghum syrup Treacle Turbinado Xylose Yellow sugar sugar
Ascorbic acid, citric acid and saccharose were obtained from the department of biotechnology engineering, Kulliyyah of Engineering, IIUM.
The saccharose type is the classic European type and the most popular.
Effect of inverted saccharose on some properties of honey," Food Chemistry, 99, 24-29.
Acid was produced from glucose, mannitol, inositol, sorbitol, sucrose, melibiose, esculin, lactose, salicin, xylose, adonitol, saccharose, trehalose cellobiose, raffinose and arabinose.