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dex·trose

 (dĕk′strōs′)
n.
The dextrorotatory form of glucose, C6H12O6·H2O, the naturally occurring form of glucose found in all organisms. Also called dextroglucose.

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dextrose

(ˈdɛkstrəʊz; -trəʊs)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a white soluble sweet-tasting crystalline solid that is the dextrorotatory isomer of glucose, occurring widely in fruit, honey, and in the blood and tissue of animals. Formula: C6H12O6. Also called: grape sugar or dextroglucose
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dex•trose

(ˈdɛk stroʊs)

n.
the dextrorotatory form of glucose, occurring in fruits and in animal tissues and commercially obtainable from starch by acid hydrolysis. Also called corn sugar, grape sugar.
[1865–70]
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dex·trose

(dĕk′strōs′)
A sugar that is the most common form of glucose, found in plant and animal tissues and also derived from starch.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dextrose - an isomer of glucose that is found in honey and sweet fruitsdextrose - an isomer of glucose that is found in honey and sweet fruits
glucose - a monosaccharide sugar that has several forms; an important source of physiological energy
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Translations

dextrose

[ˈdekstrəʊs] Ndextrosa f
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dextrose

[ˈdɛkstrəʊz ˈdɛkstrəʊs] n (= sugar) → dextrose m
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dextrose

nDextrose f, → Traubenzucker m
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dex·trose

n. dextrosa, glucosa, forma de azúcar simple,
pop. azúcar de uva.
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dextrose

n dextrosa
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The macroscopic features and sporulation were analyzed by using cornmeal and potato dextrose agars.
The patient required an ongoing dextrose infusion overnight but the BSL remained stable thereafter.
It was also reported that 2 mg.[mL.sup.-1] voriconazole, protected from light, was stable for eight days when stored at 4 or 25[degrees]C diluted in 0.9% sodium chloride solution, and for six days at 4[degrees]C and four days at 25[degrees]C in 5% dextrose solution [14].
Dextrose 10% or 50% in the treatment of hypoglycaemia out of hospital?
Natural starches were used to partially offset the loss of both taste and texture resulting from the removal of fat and salt, but it was the removal of dextrose which caused the biggest problems, as it had added sweetness and delivered the familiar golden brown appearance.
Dextrose is added to the intravenous fluid once blood glucose drops below 250 mg/dL.
Only if you define yogurt as a mixture of sugar, palm kernel oil, dextrose (a form of sugar), dried nonfat yogurt, and natural flavor.
Compared to other dietary fibers, ActiStar RM generates a higher level of butyrate, which is believed to have a role in promoting a healthy colon, and it's been shown to have a lower glycemic and low insulinemic response than dextrose. Plus, it is virtually fat free (less than 1 percent).
They include sucrose, glucose, dextrose, corn and glucose syrup# Natural sugars, such as fructose, lactose and maltose, reduce the risk of plaque build-up.
Pediolyte makes a better replacement drink than commercial sports drinks, because it's made with dextrose, which helps keep fluids in your muscle fiber.
Diabetic traveling through several time zones may need to carry injectable glycogen or dextrose.