Results for: Oligosaccharide

In Animal Life

What is oligosaccharides?

Oligosaccharides are compound from sugar class which in their molecular structure entering a small amount of identical or different units of monosaccharides ,which l (MORE)
In Definitions

What is oligosaccharide?

They release 2-10 monosaccharides on hydrolysis. These may be disaccharides example maltose, trisaccharides example raffinose.
In Genetics

What are the genetic disorders associated with oligosaccharides?

Defective Enzyme Disorder: includes the following: α-Mannosidosis α-Mannosidase β-Mannosidosis β-Mannosidase. α-Fucosidosis α-Fucosidase. Sialidosis Π(MORE)
In Definitions

What is an oligosaccharide?

Oligosaccharides is one of the group of carbohydrates.They are formed by the fusion of 2 to 10 monosaccharides. here are some other characteristics of oligosaccharides. . th (MORE)
In Nutrition

Are oligosaccharides and polysaccharides the same?

In Greek, oligo means a few , typically defined as "between 2 and 10," and poly means many , typically defined as "more than 10." So, typically, a polisaccharide is more (MORE)
In Food & Cooking

What foods have oligosaccharides?

Oligo from Greek meaning few and saccharide meaning sugar... Oligosaccharides are carbohydrates mostly found in vegetables
In Biochemistry

What are oligosaccharides and polysaccharides?

Look at the prefixes. Oligo means short. Poly means many. And, of course saccharides mean sugars. Oligosaccharides means short chain sugars. Polysaccharides m (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What types of food do you find oligosaccharides?

Oligosaccarides are carbohydrates that have 3-10 simple sugars linked together. These are naturally found in some plants. Plants with large amounts include chicory root and Je (MORE)