[gloo-koh-nee-uh-jen-uh-sis] /ˌglu koʊˌni əˈdʒɛn ə sɪs/
glucose formation in animals from a noncarbohydrate source, as from proteins or fats.
(biochem) the sequence of metabolic reactions by which glucose is synthesized, esp in the liver, from noncarbohydrate sources, such as amino acids, pyruvic acid, or glycerol Also called glyconeogenesis
gluconeogenesis glu·co·ne·o·gen·e·sis (glōō’kə-nē’ə-jěn’ĭ-sĭs)
The formation of glucose, especially by the liver, from noncarbohydrate sources, such as amino acids. Also called glyconeogenesis.
[gloo-kon-ik] /gluˈkɒn ɪk/ noun 1. a colorless, water-soluble acid, C 6 H 12 O 7 , obtained by the oxidation of glucose, used commercially in a 50-percent solution for cleaning metals. gluconic acid glu·con·ic acid (glōō-kŏn’ĭk) n. An acid formed from the oxidation of glucose and other sugars.
/ˈɡluːkəʊˌfɔː/ noun 1. a chemical group responsible for sweetness of taste
[gloo-koh-proh-teen, -tee-in] /ˌglu koʊˈproʊ tin, -ti ɪn/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. . /ˌɡluːkəʊˈprəʊtiːn/ noun 1. another name for glycoprotein glucoprotein glu·co·pro·tein (glōō’kō-prō’tēn’, -tē-ĭn) n. A glycoprotein in which glucose is the carbohydrate.
glucopyranose glu·co·py·ra·nose (glōō’kō-pī’rə-nōs’) n. A cyclic form of glucose containing a pyranose ring.