lactose

(= 4-O-b-D galactopyranosyl-b-D glucose) The major sugar in human and bovine milk. Conversion of lactose to lactic acid by Lactobacilli etc. is important in the production of yoghurt and cheese.

Lactose

Milk sugar

lactose

Milk sugar; also white crystal sugar made from whey used in baby food, baked goods, candies and pharmaceuticals.

lactose

Type: Term Pronunciation: lak′tōs Definitions: 1. A reducing disaccharide present in mammalian milk and consisting of a galactosyl residue linked B1,4 to a glucopyranose; obtained from cow's milk and used in modified milk preparation, in food for infants and convalescents, and in pharmaceutical preparations; in large doses, acts as an os...
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lactose

[n] - a sugar comprising one glucose molecule linked to a galactose molecule
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Lactose

Lactose is commonly termed ‘milk sugar`. It is the carbohydrate found in all mammalian milks ( cow, sheep, goat ), including breast milk.
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Lactose

A special type of sugar found in milk.
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Lactose

the sugar found in dairy products
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Lactose

Lactose: The sugar found in milk. The body uses the enzyme lactase to break down lactose into galactose and glucose.
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Lactose

Lac'tose` noun 1. (Physiol. Chem.) Sugar of milk or milk sugar; a crystalline sugar present in milk, and separable from the whey by evaporation and crystallization. It has a slightly sweet taste, is dextrorotary, and is much less soluble in water than either cane sugar or glucose. Formerly ...
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lactose

The major sugar in human and bovine milk. Conversion of lactose to lactic acid by Lactobacilli etc. Is important in the production of yoghurt and cheese. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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lactose

(lak´tōs) a sugar derived from the milk of mammals, which on hydrolysis yields glucose and galactose; used as a tablet and capsule diluent, a powder bulking agent, and as a component of infant feeding formulas. Many persons are intolerant to lactose as a result of hereditary deficiency of lactase.
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Lactose

• (n.) Sugar of milk or milk sugar; a crystalline sugar present in milk, and separable from the whey by evaporation and crystallization. It has a slightly sweet taste, is dextrorotary, and is much less soluble in water than either cane sugar or glucose. Formerly called lactin. • (n.) See Galactose.
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lactose

carbohydrate containing one molecule of glucose and one of galactose linked together. Composing about 2 to 8 percent of the milk of all mammals, ... [13 related articles]
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Lactose

C12H22O11 Molar mass: 342.29648
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lactose

lactose 1. A sugar found in milk that breaks down into glucose and galactose and creates lactic acid through fermentation. 2. A white crystalline form of lactose extracted from whey and used commercially in food products and pharmaceuticals.
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Lactose

A nonfermentable sugar, lactose comes from milk and has historically been added to Stout, hence Milk Stout.
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Lactose

a disacchararide characteristic of milk. It is not very sweet. In humans, it requires a special enzyme to disassemble it during digestion. Most of the species loses this enzyme in adulthood and milk consumed by those deficient in lactase (the enzyme) encounter problems when it becomes available to intestinal bacteria. Some populations do retain the...
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lactose

A dissaccharide (12-carbon) sugar that occurs in mammalian milk. It consists of a molecule of glucose and one of galactose joined by a glycosidic bond and is broken down into these simple sugars by the action of the intestinal enzyme lactase. Human milk contains about 6.7% lactose; cows' milk about ...
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lactose

lactose (lăk'tōs) or milk sugar,white crystalline disaccharide (see carbohydrate). It has the same empirical formula (C12H22O11) as sucrose (cane sugar) and maltose but differs from both in structure (see isomer). It yields the simple sugars D-glucose and D-galactose on hydrolysis, w...
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Lactose

Lactose (lactine or milk-sugar) is a sugar found in solution in milk isomeric with cane-sugar. It is the combination of glucose and galactose. Lactose is obtained by evaporating whey, filtering through animal charcoal, and crystallizing. It forms hard, white, semi-transparent crystals, which have a slightly sweet taste, and grate between the teeth....
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lactose

White sugar, found in solution in milk; it forms 5% of cow's milk. It is commercially prepared from the whey obtained in cheese-making. Like table sugar (sucrose), it is a disaccharide, consisting of two basic sugar units (monosaccharides), in this case, glucose and galactose. Unlike sucrose, it is tasteless
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Lactose

A nonfermentable sugar, lactose comes from milk and has historically been added to Stout, hence Milk Stout.
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lactose

Natural sugar found in milk.
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LACTOSE

Milk sugar.
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