methylpentose

meth·yl·pen·tose

(meth'il-pen'tōs),
A hexose (a 6-deoxyhexose) in which carbon-6 is part of a methyl group, for example, rhamnose, fucose.
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meth·yl·pen·tose

(meth'il-pen'tōs)
A hexose (a 6-deoxyhexose) in which carbon-6 is part of a methyl group.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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