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  • adjective Of or pertaining to a glycoside.

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  • Image Jonathunder: commons. wikimedia.org GNU 1.2 Lead-up to controversy Cane sugar is a "twelve-carbon" sugar consisting of two united "six-carbon sugars", glucose and fructose, united by a chemical bond called a "glycosidic" bond.

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  • The DNA glycosylase is used to break the β-N glycosidic bond to create an AP site.

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  • The maillard browning reaction is what happens when a group of amino acids, proteins or peptides react with glycosidic hydroxyl sugars (both present in the food) under heat, resulting in a brown pigmentation and a great many changes in flavor.

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  • As explained earlier, dilute acid hydrolysis is very effective in breaking the glycosidic linkages between component hexoses, but it also breaks down the sugar hexose units.

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  • The distilling sector required barley with a low grain nitrogen, an absence of glycosidic nitrile (GN), and to produce a higher level of spirit yield, Bill Thomas explained.

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  • Both of these enzymes break the glycosidic bonds between carbohydrates, as well as between carbohydrate and noncarbohydrate.

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  • Cellulase: Responsible for cycling of nutrients and used to cleave the glycosidic linkage in cellulose.

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  • Both of these enzymes break the glycosidic bonds between carbohydrates, as well as between carbohydrate and noncarbohydrate.

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  • Cellulase: Responsible for cycling of nutrients and used to cleave the glycosidic linkage in cellulose.

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  • Cellulase: Responsible for cycling of nutrients and used to cleave the glycosidic linkage in cellulose.

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