[gloo-kuh-sahyd] /ˈglu kəˌsaɪd/
any of an extensive group of compounds that yield glucose and some other substance or substances when treated with a dilute acid or decomposed by a ferment or enzyme.
(biochem) any of a large group of glycosides that yield glucose on hydrolysis
glucoside glu·co·side (glōō’kə-sīd’)
A glycoside, the sugar component of which is glucose.
glu’co·sid’ic (-sĭd’ĭk) adj.
A glycoside in which the sugar component is glucose.
[gloo-kohs-yoo-ree-uh] /ˌglu koʊs yʊˈri ə/ noun, Pathology. 1. . /ˌɡluːkəʊˈsjʊərɪə/ noun 1. (pathol) a less common word for glycosuria glucosuria glu·co·su·ri·a (glōō’kə-sur’ē-ə, -shur’-) n. Excretion of glucose in the urine, especially in elevated quantities. Also called glycosuria.
[gloo-koh-sin] /ˈglu koʊ sɪn/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. any of a class of compounds, some of which are highly toxic, derived from reactions of with ammonia.
glucosylceramide glu·co·syl·cer·a·mide (glōō’kə-sĭl-sə-rām’īd’, -sûr’ə-mīd’) n. A glycolipid containing a fatty acid, glucose, and sphingosine. Also called glucocerebroside.
glucosyltransferase glu·co·syl·trans·fer·ase (glōō’kə-sĭl-trāns’fə-rās’, -rāz’) n. Any of various enzymes that catalyze the transfer of glucosyl groups from one compound to another.