[ep-uh-mer] /ˈɛp ə mər/
either of a pair of isomeric aldose compounds, especially of certain sugars, that differ from each other in the positions of the H and OH at the second atom from the end of the carbon chain, as d-glucose and d-mannose.
epimer ep·i·mer (ěp’ə-mər)
One of two molecules that differ only in the spatial arrangement around a single carbon atom.
/ˈɛpɪˌmɪə/ noun 1. (embryol) the dorsal part of the mesoderm of a vertebrate embryo, consisting of a series of segments (somites) epimere ep·i·mere (ěp’ə-mēr’) n. The dorsal portion of the mesoderm of a chordate embryo that forms skeletal muscles.
/ɪˈpɪməˌrɪzəm/ noun 1. optical isomerism in which isomers (epimers) can form about asymmetric atoms within the molecule, esp in carbohydrates
[ep-uh-muh-rahyz] /ˈɛp ə məˌraɪz/ verb (used with object), epimerized, epimerizing. 1. to convert into an .
[ep-uh-mawr-fuh-sis, -mawr-foh-] /ˌɛp əˈmɔr fə sɪs, -mɔrˈfoʊ-/ noun, Zoology. 1. a form of development in segmented animals in which body segmentation is completed before hatching. /ˌɛpɪmɔːˈfəʊsɪs/ noun 1. a type of development in animals, such as certain insect larvae, in which segmentation of the body is complete before hatching epimorphosis ep·i·mor·pho·sis (ěp’ə-môr-fō’sĭs) n. Regeneration of […]