glucosidic

glucoside

[gloo-kuh-sahyd]
noun
any of an extensive group of compounds that yield glucose and some other substance or substances when treated with a dilute acid or decomposed by a ferment or enzyme.
Compare glycoside.


Origin:
1865–70; glucose + -ide

glucosidal, glucosidic [gloo-kuh-sid-ik] , adjective
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glucoside (ˈɡluːkəʊˌsaɪd)
 
n
biochem any of a large group of glycosides that yield glucose on hydrolysis
 
gluco'sidal
 
adj
 
glucosidic
 
adj

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glucoside glu·co·side (glōō'kə-sīd')
n.
A glycoside, the sugar component of which is glucose.


glu'co·sid'ic (-sĭd'ĭk) adj.
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glucoside   (gl'kə-sīd')  Pronunciation Key 
A glycoside in which the sugar component is glucose.
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