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Paramylum Par*am"y*lum, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? beside + ? starch.]
A substance resembling starch, found in the green frothy scum
formed on the surface of stagnant water.
Meaning of Amylum from wikipedia
is a polymeric carbohydrate consisting
of numerous glucose units joined
bonds. This polysaccharide
by most green...
- In 1976, the Company acquired
a 33% stake
(increased to 63% in 1988) in Amylum
, a European
business. The Liverpool sugar
- (/ˈæmɪleɪz/) is an enzyme
) into sugars. Amylase
in the saliva
and some other...
- Amyl may refer
or starch, a carbohydrate
Amylopectin, a polymer
of glucose found
in plants; one of two components
Amylose, a helical...
- from German
of Amelkorn, from amel, "starch", from Latin amylum
. Wild emmer
to the Fertile Crescent
of the Middle
and ****ually. Vegetative reproduction takes place
by tubers, amylum stars
protonemata. The **** organs
are a multicellular
- silica, pure silica, silicea, silica
sand Starch Polymeric carbohydrate Amylum
Talc Silicate mineral French chalk Dimethicone
- amphicrania, amphismela, amphomycin
amylo- starchy, carbohydrate-related Latin amylum
(starch) amylase, amylophagia
an- not, without
(alpha privative) Gr**** analgesia...
- and clasping
the stem, usually
of leaves. amylum
star a vegetative propagative
) and located around
the lower nodes
trials, but has not been released
is a polysaccharide produced
by all green plants
as an energy
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