Glycide


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Glyc´ide


n.1.(Chem.) A colorless liquid, obtained from certain derivatives of glycerin, and regarded as a partially dehydrated glycerin; - called also glycidic alcohol.
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We also present the impact of the DAA therapy on glycide and lipoprotein metabolism, together with possible implications of the DAA therapy on cardio- and cerebrovascular risk.
A complete diet should provide the body with water, glycide, protein, lipid, vitamin, mineral and fiber, nutrients that are irreplaceable and indispensable to the proper functioning of the body (BRASIL, 2005).
They have green pigments and a glycide reserve (paramylon).
Protein 13 g Iron 26 g Fibers 34 g Phosphorus 227 g Sodium 56.4 g Vitamin C 17 mg Potassium 932 mg Vitamin E 45 mg Calcium 286 mg Lipids 17 mg Magnesium 174 mg Glycides 36 mg Calorie value 349 kcal Source: Federal University of Para State, Brazil.
latifolium showed the presence of polyphenols, saponins, tannins, alkaloids, flavonoids, anthraquinones, cyanogenetic glycoside, glycides, and hydroxymethyl anthraquinone (15).