dextrase

dex·trase

(deks'trās),
Nonspecific term for the complex of enzymes that converts dextrose (d-glucose) into lactic acid.
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dextrase

A nonspecific term for an enzyme—or the cascade of enzymes—that participates in converting glucose (dextrose) into lactic acid.
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dex·trase

(deks'trās)
Nonspecific term for the complex of enzymes that converts dextrose (d-glucose) into lactic acid.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

dextrase

(dĕks′trās)
An enzyme that splits dextrose and converts it into lactic acid.
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
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For instance, he describes a telling moment in 1974 when the Chief of the Defence Staff, General Jacques Dextrase, confronted the Minister of National Defence, James Richardson, about insufficient funding to maintain the army in its present state.
Key figures in the army's evolution--generals Simonds, Allard, Dextrase and de Chastelain--remain just names, their outlooks largely glossed over, save for the words in their documents.
Impacts have been documented on individual taxa including benthic invertebrates (McNickle et al., 2006), fish (Dextrase and Mandrak, 2006; McCabe et al., 2006), macrophytes (Zhu et al., 2006), phytoplankton (Barbiero et al., 2006) and zooplankton (Maguire and Grey, 2006).