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(Science: biochemistry) Any of a number of compounds, typically extracted from plants, that can be hydrolysed into dextrose.

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The Fiber Disease

... cicerarietinumOccurrence of parasitoid, Anisopteromalus calandrae (Howard) on bruchid, ... Boerger, G. and W. Barz (1988). Malonated flavonol 3 glucosides in Cicer ... http://www.newcrops.uq.edu.au/listing/cicerarietinum.htm - 512k - Cached - Similar pages BayCEER: PublikationenGebauer, G: Zum ...

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by London
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HELP! Dihybrid crossing - not sure I understand??

... when damaged and are sai to be cyanogenic. Acyanogenic plants do not produce HCN. Cyanogenesis depends on the presence in the leaves of certain glucosides, which can be broken down to release HCN. The presence of these glucosides is controlled by the dominant allele G. The genotype of the acyanogenic ...

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Mon Sep 18, 2006 7:48 am
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Topic: HELP! Dihybrid crossing - not sure I understand??
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