turanose

tu·ran·ose

(tū'ră-nōs),
A reducing disaccharide.
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The presence of adonitol sugars, arabinase, arabitol, cellobiose, fructose, galactose, glucose, inositol, lacttol, malttol, maltose, maltotriose, mannitol, mannose, melezitose, melibiose, rafnose, sorbitol, trehalose, turanose, xylitol, or xylose was not detected [AOAC/FQ-0093].
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Honey is a natural mixture of compounds with high-sugar content (~38% fructose, ~32% glucose, ~1.7% maltose, ~1.4% sucrose, ~1% turanose, ~0.8% isomaltose, ~0.4% erlose, etc.) and minor constituents such as amino acids, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and polyphenols [17,18].
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mellifera and Melipona honey are poor in oligosaccharides, but honeys produced by other stingless bee species are rich in maltose and show slightly higher values of turanose, erlose and trehalose.