noun see carrageenan

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  • carrageenin — karageninas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Polisacharidas, susidedantis iš galaktozės ir galaktozės 4 sulfato. atitikmenys: angl. carrageenan; carrageenin rus. каррагенин …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • carrageenin — car·ra·gee·nin (kar″ə geeґnən) carrageenan …   Medical dictionary

  • carrageenin — n. colloidal substance obtained from edible red seaweed (used in food products or industrial and pharmaceutical products as a thickening and stabilizing agent) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • carrageenin — car·ra·gee·nin …   English syllables

  • carrageenin — noun a colloidal extract from carrageen seaweed and other red algae • Syn: ↑carrageenan • Hypernyms: ↑gum * * * carrageeˈnan, carragheeˈnin or carrageeˈnin noun A colloid prepared from red algae, used in food processing, pharmaceuticals, etc • •… …   Useful english dictionary

  • carrageenan, carrageenin — A polysaccharide vegetable gum obtained from Irish moss; a galactosan sulfate resembling agar in molecular structure. SYN: carrageen (2), carragheen. [Carragheen, Irish village] …   Medical dictionary

  • carrageenan — (= carrageenin) Sulphated cell wall polysaccharide found in certain red algae. Contains repeating sulphated disaccharides of galactose and (sometimes) anhydrogalactose. It is used commercially as an emulsifier and thickener in foods, and is also… …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • carrageenan — or carrageenin noun Etymology: carrageen + 3 an or 1 in Date: circa 1889 a colloid extracted from various red algae (as Irish moss) and used especially as a stabilizing or thickening agent …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • carrageenan — /kar euh gee neuhn/, n. a colloidal substance extracted from seaweed, chiefly used as an emulsifying and stabilizing ingredient in foods, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. Also, carrageenin. [CARRAGEEN + an suffix of chemical compounds, here… …   Universalium

  • Palmitoylethanolamide — IUPAC name N (2 hydroxyethyl)hexadecanamide …   Wikipedia

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