hexose


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hexose

[′hek‚sōs]
(biochemistry)
Any monosaccharide that contains six carbon atoms in the molecule.
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The sucrose available for exporting from mesophyll cells is transported through the phloem to the sink organs, where it can be stored as starch in amyloplasts or converted to hexoses (LEMOINE et al., 2013) by invertase (acidic and neutral isoforms) and sucrose synthase (susy) enzymes (STURM; TANG, 1999; WINTER; HUBER, 2000; WELHAM et al., 2009).
As a facultative anaerobic, Sporolactobacillus, a spore-forming, gram-positive bacterium, can produce D-lactic acids by homo-fermentation of hexoses [35].
Heterofermentative bacteria utilize both hexose and pentose sugars to produce lactic acid.
Alleviating effect of active hexose correlated compound (AHCC) for anticancer drug-induced side effects in non-tumor-bearing mice.
Limayem and Ricke (2012) reported that, during the degradation of sugars in the acidic pretreatment, the inhibitors furfural, derived mainly from the dehydration of pentoses, and hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF), from the dehydration of hexoses, were formed, coupled to phenolic and acetic acid.
Similarly, [[M-H].sup.-] ions at m/z 463 also produced fragment ions at m/z 300 [[Y0-1].sup.-] and m/z 301 [[[Y.sub.0]].sup.-] indicating a hexose substitution of quercetin and was identified as quercetin-3-O-galactoside (hyperoside).
In a phylogenetic context, monosaccharide transporters are further divided into several subfamilies such as hexose, tonoplast/vacuolar, and inositol [4].
The fragment ion at m/z 289 displayed the sequential losses of 132 Da for a xyl molecule, 4 x 162 Da for four hexose molecules, and 142 Da ([C.sub.8][H.sub.14][O.sub.2]) based on the fragment ion at m/z 1211 [[M-H-[H.sub.2]O].sup.-].
Prebiotics is a group of substances which are oligosaccharides containing hexose monosaccharides like mannose, fructose, glucose and galactose (Durst, 1996) with different degree of polymerization (d.p.) ranging between two to twenty monosaccharides.
The Dramatic Modulatory Role of the 2'N Substitution of the Terminal Amino Hexose of Globotetraosylceramide in Determining Binding by Members of the VerotoxinFamily.
Scientists tested a hydrogen peroxide-producing system composed of hexose oxidase, glucoamylase and starch for the chemical and physical functionalities necessary for successful incorporation into a marine coating.
The gluconeogenesis continuation for the formation of metabolites derived from hexose is an important process in germinating seeds (Buchanan et al., 2015; Eastmond & Graham, 2001; Quettier & Eastmond, 2009):