Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of glucoside.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Diacylated flavonol glucosides provide protection from UV-B radiation [37] and biosynthesis of these compounds and the development of waxy cuticles appears to provide effective UV radiation protection in young needles [38].

    Effects of ultraviolet-B on forest vegetation in the Arctic

  • When they select only the pith of the plant Vernonia amydalina, casting aside the bark and leaves, they are avoiding the poisonous part of the plant and taking only the part of the plant that has steroid glucosides that kill nematodes and other parasites.

    Parasite Rex

  • Wang's carpets were made of self-catalyzing glucosides as tiles that directed the fit of the next layer. (see Wang tiles) The characters in the book find out that the carpets simulate an entire universe (found by performing multidimensional Fourier transforms on the tiles) which appears to contain intelligent beings.

    Life As A Video Game?

  • These are Thiocynate, Isothiocynate & cyanogenic glucosides.

    GOITROGENS & ENDEMIC GOITER

  • However, uncooked chaya contains hydrocyanic glucosides, which release hydrogen cyanide when eaten.

    Chapter 25

  • The samples did contain hydrocyanic glucosides and oxalates.

    Chapter 25

  • Cassava leaves, which also contain these glucosides, are commonly dried and stored in Brazil.

    Chapter 25

  • Rubber seed, in addition to containing cyanogenetic glucosides and a chemical factor with gossypol characteristics, has a shell which causes irritation in the animal's gastrointestinal tract.

    Chapter 7

  • The occurrence of cyanogenetic glucosides in South

    Chapter 2

  • Like the lima bean which contains high levels of cyanide-producing glucosides, the hyacinth bean should be boiled well before consumption.

    Chapter 9

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