aglycone
also aglycon noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary a- (from Greek ha-, a- together) + glyc- + -one, -on Date: 1925 an organic compound (as a phenol or alcohol) combined with the sugar portion of a glycoside

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  • aglycone — [ aglikon ] n. m. ou f. • 1953; all. Aglykon 1925; cf. 2. a et glyc(o) ♦ Biochim. Composé non glucidique entrant dans la composition des hétérosides. ● aglucone ou aglycone nom masculin ou féminin (de glucide) Composé non glucidique formé au… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Aglycone — Un aglycone, ou une génine, est le groupement non glucidique d un hétéroside. L aglycone se présente sous forme d alcool, de phénol ou de substance contenant de l azote et du soufre. Ce dernier, l aglycone, détermine la famille de l hétéroside et …   Wikipédia en Français

  • aglycone — aglikonas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Nesacharidinė glikozido molekulės dalis. atitikmenys: angl. aglycon; aglycone rus. агликон …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • aglycone — a·gly·cone (ə glīʹkōn ) or a·gly·con ( kŏn) n. The nonsugar component of a glycoside molecule that results from hydrolysis of the molecule.   [a , together (from Greek ha . See haploid) + glyco + one.] * * * …   Universalium

  • aglycone — noun The non sugar fragment of a glycoside. See Also: glycone …   Wiktionary

  • aglycone — See aglycon. * * * agly·cone lī .kōn also agly·con .kän n an organic compound (as a phenol or alcohol) combined with the sugar portion of a glycoside * * * agly·cone (a gliґkōn) aglycon …   Medical dictionary

  • aglycone — n. compound created through the hydrolysis of a glycoside (Chemistry) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • aglycone — agly·cone …   English syllables

  • aglycone — /eɪˈglaɪkoʊn/ (say ay gluykohn) noun the non sugar portion of a glycoside, one of the products formed by the hydrolysis of a glycoside. {a 6 + glyc(o) + one} …   Australian English dictionary

  • aglycone — noun see aglycon …   Useful english dictionary

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