arabinose


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a·rab·i·nose

 (ə-răb′ə-nōs′, ăr′ə-bə-)
n.
A pentose sugar, C5H10O5, obtained from plant polysaccharides such as gums and hemicelluloses.

[(gum) arab(ic) + -in + -ose.]

arabinose

(əˈræbɪˌnəʊz; -ˌnəʊs)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a pentose sugar in plant gums, esp of cedars and pines. It is used as a culture medium in bacteriology. Formula: C5H10O5
[C19: from arabin (from (gum) arab(ic) + -in) + -ose2]

a•rab•i•nose

(əˈræb əˌnoʊs)

n.
a white, crystalline solid, C5H10O5, used esp. as a culture medium in bacteriology.
[1880–85; arabin the soluble essence of certain gums = ((gum) arab(ic) + -in1) + -ose2]
a•rab`i•nos′ic (-ˈnɒs ɪk) adj.
Translations
arabinosa
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Compared to cranberry pomace, all extracts obtained with the microwave-assisted approach contained higher percentages of uronic acids and a lower percentage of neutral sugars, while maintaining similar proportions of arabinose and galactose.
pseudomallei but can be distinguished by its ability to assimilate arabinose and different rRNA sequences (2,3).
Regarding the dietary fibre fractions, the main constituent in the insoluble fraction of Adansonia digitata kernels was glucose, while in the soluble fraction arabinose was the dominating component.
According to the results, xylose is the predominant sugar in the hydrolysate in the concentrated liquor, followed by glucose and arabinose originated during the acid hydrolysis of the lignocellulosic biomass.
Speciation was done based on Facklam conventional method & fermentation of mannitol, raffinose, sorbitol and arabinose (Figure 1).
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As shown in Table-3, all of the substrates afforded moderate to good yields except di-O-isopropylidene derivatives of arabinose 1d and galactose 1e.
polydnavirus < DNA (deoxyribose nucleic acid) < ribose < arabinose < gum arabic < Arab.
coli cells to respond to substances commonly used in lab experiments, including ATc (an analogue of the antibiotic tetracycline), a sugar called arabinose, and a chemical called DAPG.
These isolates also showed positive indole production, glucose aicidification, arginine dihydrolase, esculin hydrolysis, gelatin hydrolysis, 4-nitrophenyl-ssD-galactopyranoside, Glucose assimilation, arabinose assimilation, mannose assimilation, mannitol assimilation, N-acetyl- glucoseamine, maltose glucoseamine, gluconate glucoseamine, caprate glucoseamine, adipate glucoseamine, malate glucoseamine and cytochrome oxidase.
The monosaccharide composition of AGAF comprised arabinose, galactose, glucose, and mannose at a ratio of 22.