Definition of Tetrose. Meaning of Tetrose. Synonyms of Tetrose

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Definition of Tetrose

Tetrose
Tetrose Tet"rose, n. [Tetra- + -ose.] (Chem.) A monosaccharide derived from a certain alcohol.

Meaning of Tetrose from wikipedia

- A tetrose is a monosaccharide with 4 carbon atoms. They have either an aldehyde functional group in position 1 (aldotetroses) or a ketone functional group...
- question is attached to, therefore making it an asymmetric carbon atom: A tetrose with 2 asymmetric carbon atoms has 22 = 4 stereoisomers: An aldopentose...
- Erythrose is a tetrose saccharide with the chemical formula C4H8O4. It has one aldehyde group, and is thus part of the aldose family. The natural isomer...
- be cl****ified by the number x of carbon atoms they contain: triose (3), tetrose (4), pentose (5), hexose (6), heptose (7), and so on. The most important...
- monosaccharides, disaccharides, and polysaccharides (except trioses and tetroses)– should give a positive reaction, and nucleic acids and glycoproteins...
- group is on the second carbon atom from the end: Trioses: dihydroxyacetone Tetroses: erythrulose Pentoses: ribulose, xylulose Hexoses: fructose, psicose, sorbose...
- The molecular formula C4H8O4 (molar m****: 120.10 g/mol, exact m****: 120.042259) may refer to: Tetroses Erythrose Erythrulose Threose...
- acids Nucleotide sugars Hexose-P Triose-P Glycerol P-glycerates Pentose-P Tetrose-P Propionyl -CoA Succinate Acetyl -CoA Pentose-P P-glycerates Glyoxylate...
- (a ketodiose is not possible since there are only two carbons). Triose Tetrose Pentose Hexose Heptose Mathews, Christopher K.; Van Holde, Kensal Edward;...
- acids Nucleotide sugars Hexose-P Triose-P Glycerol P-glycerates Pentose-P Tetrose-P Propionyl -CoA Succinate Acetyl -CoA Pentose-P P-glycerates Glyoxylate...
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