pentoside


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pentoside

(ˈpɛntəˌsaɪd)
n
(Biochemistry) biochem a glycoside that, upon hydrolysis, yields a pentose
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The other flavonols, rutin (m/z 609), quercetin dihexoside (m/z 625), rutin pentoside (m/z 741), kaempferol rutinoside (m/z 593), and kaempferol rutinoside pentoside (m/z 725) (Figure 2(d)), had maximum levels in green fruits and the concentrations stayed on the same level during ripening.
Peak 3 was found to posses the molecular mass of a quercetin pentoside. The presence of hyperoside, quercitrin and various quercetin-pento-sides in rose hip without fruits has also been reported by Hvattum (2002).
The neutral losses of 132, 162, 146, and 152 mass units allowed the identification of pentosides (xylose or arabinose), hexosides (glucose or galactose), deoxyhexoside (rhamnose), and gallic acid, respectively.