[hek-sos-uh-meen] /hɛkˈsɒs əˌmin/
any derivative in which a hydroxyl group is replaced by an amino group.
hexosamine hex·os·a·mine (hěk-sō’sə-mēn’, hěk’sō-sām’ēn’)
The amine derivative of a hexose formed by replacing a hydroxyl group with an amino group.
[hek-suh-san] /ˈhɛk səˌsæn/ noun 1. any of a group of hemicelluloses that hydrolyze to . /ˈhɛksəˌsæn/ noun 1. any of a group of polysaccharides that yield hexose on hydrolysis hexosan hex·o·san (hěk’sə-sān’) n. Any of several polysaccharides that yield a hexose when hydrolyzed.
[hek-sohs] /ˈhɛk soʊs/ noun 1. any of a class of sugars containing six atoms of carbon, including glucose and fructose. /ˈhɛksəʊs; -əʊz/ noun 1. a monosaccharide, such as glucose, that contains six carbon atoms per molecule hexose hex·ose (hěk’sōs’) n. Any of various simple sugars, such as glucose and fructose, that have six carbon atoms […]
- Hexose phosphatase
hexose phosphatase n. An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of a hexose phosphate to a hexose.
noun 1. any of various magical symbols of usually stylized design, as those painted on barns by the Pennsylvania Dutch for protection against evil spirits and now sometimes used for purely decorative purposes.