cellobiose

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cel·lo·bi·ose

(sel'ō-bī'ōs),
A disaccharide obtained from cellulose and lichenin; a glucose-β(1→4)-glucoside, differing only from maltose in the nature of the glycosidic bond.

cellobiose

(sĕl′ə-bī′ōs′, -ōz′)
n.
A disaccharide that is produced from the partial hydrolysis of cellulose.

cellobiose

a disaccharide sugar consisting of two beta-glucose chains; it is an intermediate in CELLULOSE digestion.

cellobiose

a simple polysaccharide composed of two molecules of glucose and formed by the digestion of cellulose by cellulase.