saccharose


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sac·cha·rose

 (săk′ə-rōs′)
n.

saccharose

(ˈsækəˌrəʊz; -ˌrəʊs)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a technical name for sugar1
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Noun1.saccharose - a complex carbohydrate found in many plants and used as a sweetening agent
disaccharide - any of a variety of carbohydrates that yield two monosaccharide molecules on complete hydrolysis
brain sugar, galactose - a simple sugar found in lactose
plant product - a product made from plant material
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Saccharose
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5% NaCl + + + + + Carbohydrate fermentation L-Arabinose + ++ - - + Galactose ++ ++ ++ ++ + D-Fructose ++ ++ ++ ++ + Rhamnose - + + - + Dulcitol - - - ++ - Mannitol ++ ++ ++ ++ + Sorbitol ++ ++ - ++ + [alpha]-Methyl-D-mannoside ++ - - - + [alpha]-Methyl-D-glucoside - - - ++ + Cellobiose ++ ++ ++ ++ + Maltose ++ ++ ++ ++ - Lactose ++ ++ ++ - + Melibiose ++ ++ ++ - + Saccharose ++ ++ ++ ++ + [beta]-Gentiobiose + + + - + D-Turanose ++ ++ - ++ - D-Tagatose - - - ++ - D-Arabitol + - + - - Gluconate W + + + - Homo, homofermentative; Hetero, heterofermentative.
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This strain was mainly characterized as follows: white and grey small non-hemolytic colonies, easier growth in aerobic than anaerobic atmosphere, presence of catalase and alkaline phosphatase activities, aerobic acid production from [alpha]-lactose and saccharose, but not from maltose or mannitol.
For the weed-free (control) treatments, the lowest Brix, saccharose apparent (Pol) and purity values were observed for the treatments with the shortest weed-free periods, 0-15,0-30 and 0-45 DAB, being below the recommended values of 18% Brix, 14% Pol and equal or higher than 85% purity (RIPOLI & RIPOLI, 2004).
The ants were fed with a 30% saccharose aqueous solution provided ad libitum in a small tube plugged with cotton, each tube containing 5mL of solution, and with two cut Tenebrio molitor Linnaeus, 1758 larvae provided three times a week on a glass slide.
2004) during the maturity period (10-13 months), is recommended to suppress irrigations to prevent plant growth and, thus, harvesting sugarcane with low saccharose contents in the stems.
Monosaccharides, glucose, and disaccharides (including saccharose and lactose) are direct substrates in this process.
No acid production from inositol, sorbitol, rhamnose, saccharose, melibiose, amygdalin and arabinose.
Excessive supply of dietary glucose fructose and saccharose can lead to blood sugar imbalance and insulin resistance.
To prevent similar reversion by lysine positive coliforms, lactose and saccharose (sucrose) were added to produce acid in excess.