Definition of Betaines

1. Noun. (plural of betaine) ¹



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Definition of Betaines

1. betaine [n] - See also: betaine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Betaines

betacisms
betacyanin
betacyanins
betacyaninuria
betadine
betaed
betafite
betafites
betag
betaherpesvirinae
betahistine
betahistine hydrochloride
betail
betaine
betaine-aldehyde dehydrogenase
betaines (current term)
betaing
betake
betake oneself
betaken
betakes
betaking
betalain
betalk
betall
betallow
betamethasone 17-valerate
betamimetic

Literary usage of Betaines

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1. Principles of Biochemistry for Students of Medicine, Agriculture and Related by Thorburn Brailsford Robertson (1920)
"The betaines are amino-acids in which the nitrogen atom is united to methyl-groups in the place of hydrogen atoms. These substances in the absence of water, ..."

2. Practical organic and bio-chemistry by Robert Henry Aders Plimmer (1920)
"betaines. Betaine, the first member of the series of trimethylamine derivatives of •. fatty acids, or trimethylamine acetic acid, has been known since 1863 ..."

3. Chitty's Index to All the Reported Cases Decided in the Several Courts of by Edward Chitty (1888)
"betaines ВТ PARTICULAR PERSONS. 1. Infant,. 2. Lunatic or Incapacitated Person,. 3. .... betaines ..."

4. A Text-book of Organic Chemistry for Students of Medicine and Biology by Elmer Verner McCollum (1916)
"The color closely resembles the deep orange of a solution of potassium dichromate. The betaines. — These form a group of natural bases. ..."

5. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"46), the three betaines which have been isolated from plant tissues are : betaine, ... (For betaines of the ..."

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