glycosidically

glycosidically

(ˌɡlaɪkəʊˈsɪdɪklɪ)
adv
(Biochemistry) in the manner of a glycoside
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The cosmetic is comprised of at least one copolymer made up of at least the following monomer units: (meth)acrylic acid, (meth)acrylic acid alkyl ester, and (meth)acrylic acid hydroxyalkyl ester; at least one copolymer made up of at least one of the following monomer unit: N-tert-butylacrylamide, acrylic acid, and ethyl acrylate and a film-forming polymer that is not identical to copolymer a1) or copolymer a2), wherein the film-forming polymer comprises a glycosidically substituted silicone.
Glucosinolates, glycosidically bound volatiles and antimicrobial activity of Aurinia sinuata (Brassicaceae).
Jerkovic, "Chemical composition and antioxidant effect of glycosidically bound volatile compounds from oregano (Origanum vulgare L.
Gonzalez Vinas, "Characterisation of free and glycosidically bound aroma compounds of la Mancha Verdejo white wines," Food Chemistry, vol.
(41) Only a small portion of grape volatile compounds are present in their free forms, and the majority exist in non-volatile, glycosidically bound forms or other precursor forms.
Radonic, "Gas chromatography mass spectral analysis of free and glycosidically bound volatile compounds from Juniperus oxycedrus L.
They are generally present in the form of disaccharide sophoroses (2-O-[beta]-D-glucopyranosyl-D-glucopyranose) linked [beta] glycosidically to the hydroxyl group at the penultimate carbon of fatty acids.
Perez AG Cert A, Rios JJ, Olias JM (1997) Free and glycosidically bound volatile compounds from two cultivars: Valery and Pequena Enana.
They established that it had an inherent trisaccharide composed of 3-O-methyl-rhamnose, 2,3-di-O-methyl-rhamnoseand 3,6-di-O-methyl-glucose glycosidically linked to a phenol substituent; the latter sugar, dominant epitope of the trisaccharide entity of PGL-I, was never before found in nature.