glyceric

glyceric

(ɡlɪˈsɛrɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) of, containing, or derived from glycerol
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Glyceric acid, Lactic acid, Tartronic acid) from glycerol.
The most common products obtained by glycerol oxidation are glyceric acid, lactic acid and dihydroxyacetone, which find potential applications in polymer and fine chemical industries [3].
The organic acid test includes two additional markers, glycolic and glyceric acids, that are markedly elevated in genetic causes of excessive oxalate, the hyperoxalurias I and II.
Three metabolites, adipic acid, linoleic acid, and glyceric acid, were affected by the interaction between obesity and PCOS but showed no overall significant effects for any of these independent variables (Fig.
The thirty most frequently used items, indicating the frequency in parentheses, are: astringent (33), wood (32), lactic (26), high layer (24), violet (24), acid (22), fruit (22), spice (21), picota-red colour (19), medium layer (18), alcoholic (17), carbonic (17), cherry (16), bitter (15), red fruit (15), tanic (15), roasted (15), vanilla (15), medium-high layer (14), picota-cherry (14), leather (14), redcurrant (14), short (13), balanced (13), dry (13), glyceric (12), light (12), blackberry (12), rounded (12) and russet (12).
All of the products in the line also contain a proprietary OrganoNutrients complex, which is comprised of a synergistic blend of ingredients including organic glyceric phytocomplex made up of hops (Humulus lupulus), sage (Salvia officinalis) and fenugreek (Trigonella graecum) extract.
5 Explain an alphabetical connection between the glyceric index and the US soldiery.
1 g/kg glycolic or glyceric acid (which is also contained in nettle).
Dead or Alive star Pete admits to four nose jobs, lip enlargement, Botox and "the odd glyceric acid peel".
Carbohydrates in the moderate to low glyceric index category are especially effective, due to their gradual introduction into the system
Ginseng may enhance glyceric acid diphosphate and decrease the affinity of hemoglobin to oxygen, therefore allowing tissues to release more oxygen to compensate for the additional needs of the damaged area.
But the MEPs proposed to add hydrogen (E949) and zinc acetate (E650) to Annex I and Annex IV of the Directive respectively, to extend the use of wood resin glyceric esters (E445) and recommended that ethylhydroxyethylcellulose (E467) not be authorised as a food additive.