Homofermentative lactic acid bacteria metabolize hexose sugar
entirely by Embden-Meyerhof pathway .
Mannitol, an hexose sugar
alcohol, also increased in all studied genotypes with the reduction of temperature (Table 2), with Catucai showing the highest percentage and absolute values changes at 13/8[degrees]C and 3x13/4[degrees]C.
Two moles of formaldehyde are formed from hexose sugar
. The amount of formaldehyde produced was quantified as the fluorescent adduct formed by condensation of formaldehyde with acetyl acetone and ammonia.
In contrast, adjustment for plasma glucose considerably weakened the metabolite-disease associations for molecules annotated as "tetrahydroxyhexanoic acid and/or hexose sugar
(e.g., glucose, fructose, inositol), " isopentenyladenosine-5; -monophosphate, and hydroxymethylbutenyl diphosphate.
Nectar sugars used by bees are the hexose sugars
fructose and glucose, and the disaccharide sucrose, which is comprised of glucose and fructose.
An idial organism has capability of consuming both pentoses and hexose sugars
, high tolerance against substrate; ethanol as well as inhibiting compound, high ethanol yield and minimum nutrient requirement is the essential features of an ideal microorganism (Van Zyl et al., 2007).
Studies of the Toxoplasma gondii sugar transporter, TgGTl, revealed its ability to transport several hexose sugars
(glucose, mannose, fructose, and galactose) .
CIS occurs due to the imbalance among the rate of starch breakdown and the metabolism of resulting sucrose, a few of which enters in the vacuole where it can be irreversibly cleaved by acid invertase enzyme to the hexose sugars
Higher serum concentrations of purine nucleotide isopentenyladenosine-5; -monophosphate showed an association with a higher risk ofT2D, and for the large group of hexose sugars
and derivatives, both positive and negative associations were detected.
tyrobutyricum has the ability to transfer both pentose and hexose sugars
but the xylose uptaking speed is lower than that of glucose.
asserted that any raw material that contains hexose sugars
or can be converted to these sugars can be used as the feedstock for fermentation process.
Biological, enzymatic, or microbial hydrolysis commonly involves four biologically-mediated transformations: the production of saccharolytic enzymes (cellulases and hemicellulases); the hydrolysis of carbohydrate components present in pretreated biomass to sugars; the fermentation of hexose sugars
(glucose mannose, and galactose); and the fermentation of pentose sugars, xylose and arabinose [3, 4].