manna sugar

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manna sugar

[′man·ə ‚shu̇g·ər]
(organic chemistry)
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Ciprofloxacin (Java pharmaceutical, Pakistan), D-mannitol, D-penicillamine, Octanol, Stannous chloride, Gentistic acid (Sigma Aldrich, USA), Sodium pyrophosphate, Ascorbic acid, Acetone (Riedel, Germany), Saline (Otsuka, Pakistan), Tricholoacetic acid (Fisher Scientific, UK).
They can be differentiated based on the use of certain carbon sources for growth, such as D-mannitol and D-malic acid, as well as chitinase activity.
For determination of adenosine, D-mannitol and cordycepin, a Purospher Lichro CART PP18 column (Merck) was used at 40[degrees]C.
The carbohydrate D-mannitol is a major soluble component in most higher fungi, in over fifty families of the angiosperms, and in many genera of the red and brown algae, liquens and liverworts (LEWIS & SMITH, 1967).
These studies used a number of chemical compounds to simulate water deficits, such as, carbowax 6000, D-mannitol, glucose, NaCl, sucrose, polyethylene glycol (PEG), and polyvinylpyrrollidone.
Symlin should not be used if patients cannot tell when their blood sugar is low, have gastroparesis (slow stomach emptying) or are allergic to pramlintide acetate, metacresol, D-mannitol, acetic acid or sodium acetate.
2]S production on TCBS (-), catalase reaction (+), ODC and LDC (-); oxidative character on O/F medium (+), utilization of glucose or lactose on Kligler medium (-), methyl red reaction (-), indole production (-), [alpha]-haemolysis (-), acid production from amygdaline, L-arabinose, D-cellobiose, ethanol, D-fructose, Dgalactose, glycerol, lactose, D-mannitol, D-melibiose, D-raffinose, ribose, sucrose, salicia, sorbilol or D-trehalose (-); degradation of urea, chitin, gelatin, casein, DNA, lecithin, chondroitin, cellulose or agar (-); utilization of citrate as sole carbon source (-), and motility (+).