glycose


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glycose

[′glī‚kōs]
(biochemistry)
A simple sugar whose structure is in the form either of an open-chain aldehyde or ketone or of a cyclic hemiacetal.
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Humidity Phosphorus Aluminium percentage (mg/kg) (mg/kg) Spores/g soil 0.530 ** -0.272 0.312 * Percentage of root -0.208 -0.550 ** 0.428 ** colonization by AMF Proteolysis 0.401 * 0.055 -0.187 Nitrogen-fixing bacteria 0.363 * -0.115 -0.081 glycose as a carbon source Nitrogen-fixing bacteria 0.389 ** 0.135 -0.085 malate as a carbon source Actinobacteria 0.404 ** 0.111 -0.074 Calcium Magnesium Nitrate (mg/kg) (mg/kg) (mg/kg) Spores/g soil -0.48 ** -0.496 ** 0.330 * Percentage of root -0.266 -0.133 -0.266 colonization by AMF Proteolysis -0.048 -0.349 * 0.444 ** Nitrogen-fixing bacteria -0.105 -0.427 ** 0.280 glycose as a carbon source Nitrogen-fixing bacteria 0.007 -0.281 0.406 ** malate as a carbon source Actinobacteria 0.186 -0.222 0.437 ** * Correlation is significant at p = 0.05.
Physicochemical analyses of Tetragonisca honeys showed moistures between 23.40 and 25.60, acidity from 21.65 to 63.85mEq x [kg.sup.-1], ashes from 0.17 to 0.42%, diastase from 11.01 to 22.45DN, glycose from 20.92 to 25.95%, fructose from 29.77 to 33.57%, saccharose from 8.38 to 24.00% and electric conductivity from 466.00 to 931.67uS x [cm.sup.-1].
It can be said that the exercise applied in the study is an submaximal exercise and causes the fatique, the energy is provided from carbonhydrates because the violance of the energy increases more and more and this causes the increase in the levels of the glycose.
Effects of salidroside on mitochondrial membrane potential and apoptosis of neurons suffering from hypoxia and glycose deficiency injury.
The hemoglobin AlC test is used to evaluate diabetes management by indicating a patient's blood glycose control over the last 2 to 3 months.