hexuronic acid
Vitamin C.

Online Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology. . 2005.

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  • hexuronic acid — The uronic acid of a hexose. * * * hex·u·ron·ic acid .heks yə .rän ik n a uronic acid (as glucuronic acid) derived from a hexose (as glucose) * * * hex·uron·ic ac·id (hek″su ronґik) any uronic acid formed by oxidation of a hexose …   Medical dictionary

  • hexuronic acid — |heksyə|ränik noun Etymology: hexa + uronic 1. : ascorbic acid now little used 2. : a uronic acid (as glucuronic acid) derived from a hexose (as glucose) …   Useful english dictionary

  • hexuronic acid — noun ascorbic acid …   Wiktionary

  • Ascorbic acid — This article is about the molecular aspects of ascorbic acid. For information about its role in nutrition, see Vitamin C. L Ascorbic acid …   Wikipedia

  • D-Galacturonic acid — IUPAC name (2S,3R,4S,5R) 2,3,4,5 Tetrahydroxy 6 oxo hexanoic acid …   Wikipedia

  • Iduronic acid — L Iduronic acid …   Wikipedia

  • uronic acid — yə]|ränik , yü], nēk noun Etymology: uronic International Scientific Vocabulary, from uronic : any of a class of aldehyde acids HOOC(CHOH)nCHO that are oxidation products of sugars and that occur combined in many polysaccharides and in urine see… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ascorbic acid — noun A white crystalline organic compound, CHO, found in citrus fruits and many vegetables; it is an antioxidant and an efficient scavenger of free radicals. Syn: E300, vitamin C, hexuronic acid …   Wiktionary

  • Scurvy — Classification and external resources Scorbutic gums, a symptom …   Wikipedia

  • Vitamin C — This article is about ascorbic acid as a nutrient; for its chemical properties, see the article ascorbic acid; for other uses, see the disambiguation page. Vitamin C …   Wikipedia

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