Definition of Ketoses

1. Noun. (plural of ketose) ¹



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Definition of Ketoses

1. ketose [n] - See also: ketose

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ketoses

ketopentoses
ketophenylbutazone
ketophosphonate
ketophosphonates
ketoprofen
ketopyranose
ketopyranoses
ketoreductase
ketoreductases
ketorolac
ketorolac tromethamine
ketos
ketose
ketose-1-phosphate aldolase
ketose reductase
ketoses (current term)
ketosis
ketosis-prone diabetes
ketosis-resistant diabetes
ketosis-resistant diabetes mellitus
ketosteroid
ketosteroids
ketosuccinic
ketosuccinic acid
ketosuria
ketotetrose
ketotetroses
ketotic
ketotifen

Literary usage of Ketoses

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1. A Handbook of Sugar Analysis: A Practical and Descriptive Treatise for Use by Charles Albert Browne (1912)
"Prolonged action, or elevation of temperature, will, however, oxidize ketoses with a breaking up of the molecule into several acids of fewer carbon atoms. ..."

2. Physiological chemistry: A Text-book and Manual for Students by Albert Prescott Mathews (1916)
"By the use of methyl-phenyl hydrazine (Neuberg) the ketoses can be ... According to Betti the aldoses may also be separated from the ketoses by the use of ..."

3. A Text-book of Physiological Chemistry by Olof Hammarsten (1900)
"Two other sugars, among them two ketoses, are produced by the action of potash or sodu on each of ... For example, from glucose two ketoses, levulose and ..."

4. A Handbook of Sugar Analysis: A Practical and Descriptive Treatise for Use by Charles Albert Browne (1912)
"Prolonged action, or elevation of temperature, will, however, oxidize ketoses with a breaking up of the molecule into several acids of fewer carbon atoms. ..."

5. The Manufacture of Sugar from the Cane and Beet by Thomas Hawkins Percy Heriot (1920)
"Thus, the colours produced on addition of mineral acids and phenols develop much more rapidly in the case of ketoses (fructose, etc. ..."

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