10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SECALOSE»
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A handbook of sugar analysis: a practical and descriptive ...
More study is required upon lactosinose before its constitution and its exact
relationship to other carbohydrates can bo tabulated. Secalose. — j8-Levulin.
CwHmOio. Occurrence. — Secalose, formerly called /3-levulin, was discovered
Charles Albert Browne, 1912
A Portuguese-English Dictionary
process of drying. secale (m., Bot.) rye. secalose (/., Chem.) secalose. secamente
(adv.) drily, coldly, curtly (referring to manner of speaking). secante (adj.)
annoying; boring; drying; secant, cutting; (m.) annoying person; paint drier; (/.,
James Lumpkin Taylor, Priscilla Clark Martin, 1970
Studies in Plant Chemistry: Including Chemical Taxonomy, ...
Trisaccharides Secalose. Secalose (trifructosan), C^Hз0Оц, is composed of three
molecules of laevulose (fructose) and is found in the Gramineae, a family of wide
distribution. Of the Gramineae secalose has been separated from Lolium and ...
Handbook of Phytochemical Constituents of GRAS Herbs and ...
... CCG RIBOFLAVIN 0.66-1 1.66 SD CCG SALICYLIC-ACШ-METHYL-ESTER
SD NAP SCOPOLETIN 10RTNAP SCOPOLIN SP NAP SECALOSE PL HHB
SELENIUM 13 PL PED SERINE 4,000 SD CCG SILICON 183 PL PED SILICON-
Chinese & Related North American Herbs: Phytopharmacology & ...
... 293 Scutellarin, 127, 229, 291, 293, 554, 629 Se Gua, 89, 373 Sebiferic acid,
129, 554 Secalose, 27, 247, 554 Secoiridoid glucosides, 252, 320, 629
Secoiridoids, 261, 629 Secologanin, 97, 214, 554 Securinega suffruticosa, 131,
390, 407, ...
Certain soluble polysaccharides have been reported to exist in seeds, e.g.
secalose, a levulan, found by Schulze & Godet in young rye plants, and the
amylan found by O'Sullivan in barley, rye and wheat. Of the simple carbohydrates
Elsevier's Dictionary of Chemoetymology: The Whys and ...
... derived from secal(o)- and -in(e) secalinin derived from secal(o)- and -inin(e)
secal(o)derived from the genus name Secale (rye), from secale (Latin: rye)
secalonic acid C32H30O14, derived from secal(o)secalose (trifructosan)
Chinese and Related North American Herbs: Phytopharmacology ...
338, 368. 380, 470, 483 Scate0arin siscidala, 135. 338, 368. 380, 470, 483
Scate0aria 468, 521 Se Gua, 349 Sehi"ric acid. 468 Secalose, 468 Secniriduid
glacosides, 521 Secniridnids, 521 Secologanin. 468 Secarinega saffraticosa,
135, 360, ...
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jar seatron ШШЩМШNo ; ЯШШШ seaweed if 3; sebaceous HuB/jft-J sebacic acid
'Ffè sebastan plum cordia secalin secalose ®#$î seckel second carbonation Щ ...
... SEAWORTHIEST SEAWORTHINESS SEAWORTHINESSES SEAWORTHY
SEBACEOUS SEBACIC SEBASIC SEBORRHEA SEBORRHEAS SEBORRHEIC
SEBUM SEBUMS SEC SECALOSE SECALOSES SECANT SECANTLY
Maliha Mendoza Mahmood, 2013