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Example sentences for "dextrose"

Lexicographically close words:
dextral; dextram; dextrin; dextrine; dextro; dextrous; dextrously; dey; deyde; deye
  1. That the typical cotton cellulose breaks down finally under the action of sulphuric acid to dextrose cannot be held to prove the aldehydic position of the carbonyls in the unit groups of the actual cellulose molecule or aggregate.

  2. It appears to be resolved by ultimate hydrolysis into dextrose and mannose.

  3. But the only fully identified product of resolution is the dextrose which finally results.

  4. Such constants are similar to those for the starch-dextrose series, viz.

  5. By actual isolation of a crystalline dextrorotary sugar, by preparations of osazone and conversion into saccharic acid, it was proved that dextrose was the main product of hydrolysis.

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  8. It gives with iodine and sulphuric acid a blue color and with iodine zinc chloride a violet and yields dextrose on hydrolysis.

  9. For example, emulsin attacks several different glucosides but always sets free dextrose from them.

  10. Loeffler's serum is made by adding one part of dextrose broth to three parts of serum and then coagulating as above.

  11. Weigh out dextrose 20 grammes and dissolve in the fluid agar.

  12. Weigh out Dextrose 10 grammes and dissolve in the serum water.

  13. Weigh out 20 grammes dextrose and add to the contents of the flask (dextrose up to 40 grammes may be used for the different organisms).

  14. Convert saccharose into a mixture of dextrose and lævulose e.

  15. These substances should be obtained from Kahlbaum (of Berlin); in the pure form, and when possible as large crystals, and the method of preparing a medium containing either of them may be exemplified by describing Dextrose Solution.

  16. I, substituting mannite for dextrose in step 5.

  17. Weigh out Dextrose 15 grammes and dissolve in the fluid whey gelatine.

  18. The product is the quantity which should be subtracted from the total amount of dextrose found after hydrolysis.

  19. In the porter and ale worts a percentage of dextrose had been added as brewer's sugar.

  20. The statement that when no absorption is taking place the blood of the hepatic vein is richer in dextrose than that of the portal vein (Bernard) is denied by Pavy.

  21. A further important point in connexion with the chemistry of the globulins is that dextrose may be found among their decomposition products, i.

  22. In digestion, lactose or milk sugar is split to dextrose and galactose and utilized in the body, both as a source of energy and as a food for the lactic acid bacteria which are active in the small intestine.

  23. These foods are very much like wheat flour which has been subjected to heat, changing to a small extent the starch to dextrose and dextrin.

  24. In the last chapter we saw how dextrose or glucose could be converted by fermentation into alcohol.

  25. Dextrose or glucose is otherwise known; as grape sugar, for it is commonly found in grapes and other ripe fruits.

  26. The process of changing starch into dextrose that takes place in the great steam kettles of the glucose factory is essentially the same as that which takes place in the ripening of fruit and in the digestion of starch.

  27. The other ingredients of commercial glucose, the maltose and dextrin, have of course the same food value as the dextrose, since they are made over into dextrose in the process of digestion.

  28. Mix the solution well, pour through a dry filter and determine the dextrose in an aliquot.

  29. The weight of the dextrose obtained multiplied by 0.

  30. By boiling with sulphuric acid it is converted into dextrose and galactose.

  31. Milk-sugar approximates to dextrose in its action on polarised light.

  32. Much dextrose (derived from the meat of the broth) inhibits the reaction.

  33. According to Hansen, these latter, so far as they are really alcoholic ferments, induce fermentation, not only in solutions of dextrose and invert sugar, but also in solutions of maltose.

  34. Both sucrose, or cane sugar, and dextrose produce rotation upon a ray of polarised light.

  35. There are two forms of sugar found in honey, dextrose and levulose.

  36. Some are coiled to the right and others to the left; and it is remarkable that, like dextrose and levulose, their juices are optically the reverse of each other when studied by polarized light.

  37. It does not, however, separate all of the dextrose from the blood, a small amount being left for supplying the immediate needs of the tissues.

  38. It is a chief function of the liver to collect the excess of dextrose from the blood passing through it, and to convert it into glycogen, which it then stores within its cells.

  39. In this way, the amount of dextrose in the blood is kept practically constant.

  40. It assists in bringing about an alkaline condition in the small intestine and aids in the reduction of cane sugar and maltose to the simple sugars, dextrose and levulose.

  41. It is also the opinion of certain physiologists that cane sugar and maltose (double sugars) are converted by the hydrochloric acid into dextrose and levulose (single sugars).

  42. Starch Reduced to Enters the Through the As glycogen As dextrose some of the capillaries portal chiefly by in different as dextrose.

  43. As this is used, the glycogen in the liver is changed back to dextrose and, dissolving, again finds its way into the blood.

  44. Grape sugar, a sirupy or white crystalline sugar (dextrose or glucose) found as a characteristic ingredient of ripe grapes, and also produced from many other sources.

  45. The name is also, though rarely, applied to invert sugar, or to the natural mixture or dextrose and levulose resembling it, and found in fruits and honey.

  46. If dextrose is present there results a red, yellow, or green precipitate, depending upon the amount of sugar present.

  47. Dextrose and galactose combine to form the sugar found in milk.

  48. Alcoholic fermentation cannot occur until the starch has been converted into dextrose sugar.

  49. Starch cannot be converted directly into alcohol and carbon dioxid gas; it must first be changed into dextrose sugars, and these undergo alcoholic fermentation.

  50. Dilute acids, as well as certain enzymes, convert it into dextrose or similar sugars.

  51. This sugar is a white solid which occurs along with dextrose in fruits and honey.

  52. Pure dextrose is a white crystalline solid, readily soluble in water, and is not so sweet as cane sugar.

  53. The cane sugar, however, does not ferment directly: the enzyme in the yeast first transforms the sugar into dextrose and levulose, and these sugars then undergo alcoholic fermentation.

  54. The yeast first converts a portion of the starch into dextrose or a similar sugar, which then undergoes alcoholic fermentation.

  55. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "dextrose" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.