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glycoside definition

  • noun:
    • Any of a team of natural compounds, happening amply in plants, that yield a sugar and one or maybe more nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • A molecule by which a sugar team (the glycone) is bound to a non-sugar group (the matching aglycone) by a nitrogen or air atom. Glycosides yield a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • several substances based on monosaccharides
    • any one of a small grouping of organic compounds, occurring abundantly in plants, that yield a sugar and one or higher nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • A molecule where a sugar team (the glycone) will a non-sugar team (the corresponding aglycone) by a nitrogen or oxygen atom. Glycosides give a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • several substances produced from monosaccharides
    • Any of a small grouping of organic compounds, happening abundantly in plants, that yield a sugar and one or higher nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • A molecule by which a sugar group (the glycone) is bound to a non-sugar team (the matching aglycone) by a nitrogen or air atom. Glycosides give a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • several compounds based on monosaccharides
    • Any of a team of natural substances, occurring abundantly in flowers, that yield a sugar and another or maybe more nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • A molecule where a sugar group (the glycone) is bound to a non-sugar group (the matching aglycone) by a nitrogen or oxygen atom. Glycosides give a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • a team of compounds based on monosaccharides
    • Any of a team of organic substances, happening amply in plants, that yield a sugar and something or maybe more nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • any one of a small grouping of organic substances, happening abundantly in plants, that give a sugar and another or maybe more nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • A molecule in which a sugar team (the glycone) is bound to a non-sugar group (the matching aglycone) by a nitrogen or oxygen atom. Glycosides give a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • A molecule by which a sugar team (the glycone) will a non-sugar team (the corresponding aglycone) by a nitrogen or oxygen atom. Glycosides yield a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • a small grouping of substances derived from monosaccharides
    • a group of compounds produced by monosaccharides
    • some of a small grouping of organic substances, occurring abundantly in plants, that give a sugar and one or even more nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • any one of a team of natural substances, occurring amply in plants, that give a sugar plus one or higher nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • A molecule which a sugar group (the glycone) will a non-sugar team (the matching aglycone) by a nitrogen or oxygen atom. Glycosides give a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • A molecule by which a sugar group (the glycone) will a non-sugar team (the matching aglycone) by a nitrogen or oxygen atom. Glycosides give a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • a team of substances derived from monosaccharides
    • several substances produced by monosaccharides
    • some of a group of organic substances, occurring abundantly in plants, that give a sugar and another or even more nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • A molecule where a sugar team (the glycone) is bound to a non-sugar group (the matching aglycone) by a nitrogen or air atom. Glycosides yield a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • some of several natural compounds, happening abundantly in flowers, that give a sugar and one or more nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • A molecule for which a sugar team (the glycone) is likely to a non-sugar group (the matching aglycone) by a nitrogen or oxygen atom. Glycosides give a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • a group of compounds produced from monosaccharides
    • some of several organic compounds, happening abundantly in flowers, that yield a sugar and one or maybe more nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • A molecule in which a sugar group (the glycone) is likely to a non-sugar team (the corresponding aglycone) by a nitrogen or air atom. Glycosides give a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • a small grouping of compounds based on monosaccharides
    • a team of substances produced from monosaccharides
    • Any of a small grouping of natural compounds, occurring amply in flowers, that yield a sugar and one or even more nonsugar substances on hydrolysis.
    • A molecule in which a sugar team (the glycone) is bound to a non-sugar team (the matching aglycone) by a nitrogen or air atom. Glycosides yield a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
    • a group of compounds produced by monosaccharides
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