raffinose


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Related to raffinose: Melezitose, stachyose

raf·fi·nose

(raf'i-nōs),
A dextrorotatory trisaccharide, occurring in cotton seed and in the molasses of beet root, composed of d-galactose, d-glucose, and d-fructose and formed by transfer of d-galactose from UDP-d-galactose to sucrose; many seeds are rich in raffinose.

raffinose

(răf′ə-nōs′)
n.
A trisaccharide, C18H32O16, composed of glucose, fructose, and galactose. It is obtained from sugar beets and cottonseed meal and is present in many legumes.

raffinose

(răf′ĭ-nōs)
A trisaccharide, melitose, present in certain plants, cereals, and fungi. Hydrolysis yields fructose and melibiose.

raffinose

a crystalline, trisaccharide obtained from cottonseed meal and Australian manna, a substance obtained from a number of eucalypts. Contains dextrose, fructose and galactose. Called also melitose.
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The sucrose and raffinose content was the best predictor for AID and SID of N, lysine, threonine, and valine.
6 [+ or -] - - Sugar fermentation Fructose + + + Glucose + + + Mannitol [+ or -] - + Lactose + + - Mannose - - - Rhamnose - - - Arabinose - - - Sucrose - - + Amygdaline - - + Melibiose - - - Melizitose - - + Sorbitol - - + Ribose + - - Maltose + - + Galactose + + - Xylose + - - Cellobiose + - + Raffinose - - - Salicine + - + Trehalose + - + Gluconate - - - Lactococcus Lactococcus Lactococcus lactis lactis plantarum subsp.
Participants received 3 weeks of control foods, 3 weeks of the control foods plus 5 g raffinose per day, and 3 weeks of foods with 200 g canned chickpea per day in random order.
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6 Hg/ml) of monobiocin (NOV) * Production of the enzyme indoxyl phosphatise (IDX) * No growth in the presence of 40% bile esculin (BE) * Dehydrolization of arginine (ARG) * Fermentation of carbohydrates manitol (MAN), sorbitol (SOR), arabinose (ARA), raffinose (RAF), inulin (INU), ribose (RIB) * Presence of alkaline phosphatise (PHO) * Utilization of pyruvate (PRV) Table-3: Percentage of Coagulase-Negative Staphylococcus Species Isolated from Ear and Diaphragm of Stethoscopes.
Beans are notorious for causing gas because they have sugars like raffinose and stachyose," notes Slavin.