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ureide

[yoo r-ee-ahyd, -id] /ˈyʊər iˌaɪd, -ɪd/
noun, Chemistry
1.
an acyl urea.
Origin
1855-1860
1855-60; ure(a) + -ide
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  • Relative ureide content decreased with increasing nitrogen rate for the beginning bloom sampling date in all years.
  • Soybean plants fix atmospheric nitrogen in root nodules and convert the nitrogen into ureide molecules.
British Dictionary definitions for ureide

ureide

/ˈjʊərɪˌaɪd/
noun (chem)
1.
any of a class of organic compounds derived from urea by replacing one or more of its hydrogen atoms by organic groups
2.
any of a class of derivatives of urea and carboxylic acids, in which one or more of the hydrogen atoms have been replaced by acyl groups: includes the cyclic ureides, such as alloxan
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