|a sugar, C6H12O6, having several optically different forms, the common dextrorotatory form|
|secretory vesicles with a carrier protein (neurophysin) both are released upon hormone secretion|
saccharide sac·cha·ride (sāk'ə-rīd')
Any of a series of compounds of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in which the atoms of the latter two elements are in the ratio of 2:1.
|saccharide (sāk'ə-rīd') Pronunciation Key
Any of a series of sweet-tasting, crystalline carbohydrates, especially a simple sugar (a monosaccharide) or a chain of two or more simple sugars (a disaccharide, oligosaccharide, or polysaccharide). Glucose, lactose, and cellulose are saccharides.