grape sugar


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grape sugar:

see glucoseglucose,
 dextrose,
or grape sugar,
monosaccharide sugar with the empirical formula C6H12O6 . This carbohydrate occurs in the sap of most plants and in the juice of grapes and other fruits.
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grape sugar

[′grāp ‚shu̇g·ər]
(biochemistry)
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