aldose

aldose

[al-dohs]
noun Chemistry.
a sugar containing the aldehyde group or its hemiacetal equivalent.

Origin:
1890–95; ald(ehyde) + -ose2

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aldose (ˈældəʊs, -dəʊz)
 
n
a sugar that contains the aldehyde group or is a hemiacetal
 
[C20: from ald(ehyde) + -ose²]

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aldose al·dose (āl'dōs', -dōz')
n.
Any of a class of monosaccharide sugars containing an aldehyde group.

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aldose   (āl'dōs', -dōz')  Pronunciation Key 
Any of a class of simple sugars (monosaccharides) containing an aldehyde group (CHO). Galactose, glucose, and ribose are all aldoses. Compare ketose.
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