Definition of Monosaccharose

1. Noun. A sugar (like sucrose or fructose) that does not hydrolyse to give other sugars; the simplest group of carbohydrates.

Exact synonyms: Monosaccharide, Simple Sugar
Specialized synonyms: Triose, Tetrose, Pentose, Hexose, Aldose, Ketose
Generic synonyms: Carbohydrate, Saccharide, Sugar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monosaccharose

monorecidive chancre
monoreduction
monoreme
monoremes
monorganic
monorhina
monorhinic
monorhyme
monorhymed
monorhymes
monorubidium
monos
monosaccharide
monosaccharide transport proteins
monosaccharides
monosaccharose (current term)
monosaturated
monoscelous
monoscenism
monoscopic
monose
monoseme
monosemic
monosemous
monosemy
monosensitized
monosepalous
monoses
monosies
monosilane

Literary usage of Monosaccharose

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Organic Chemistry for Advanced Students by Julius Berend Cohen (1907)
"Conversion of a Higher to a Lower monosaccharose. ... The monobasic acid obtained from the higher monosaccharose is oxidized by means of Fenton's ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... of a monosaccharose and one of a ... ••.r .4 a monosaccharose. ft is found also that some mono- ..."

3. A Dictionary of Chemical Terms by James Fitton Couch (1920)
"an aldehyde group; eg arabinose, ribose. Aldoses. A class of sugars belonging to the monosaccharose group and which contain an aldehyde group. ..."

4. Practical Handbook for Beet-sugar Chemists: Rapid Methods of Technico by Werner Moeller-Krause (1914)
"By hydrolysis, raffinose splits into glucose, fructose and galactose, the latter being a monosaccharose obtained from milk-sugar. ..."

5. A Text-book of Physics and Chemistry for Nurses by Andrew Richard Bliss, Alfred Henderson Olive (1916)
"Lactase converts lactose into two monosaccharose groups. Maltase converts maltose to glucose. Cellulase converts cellulose to sugar. ..."

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