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Cyanogenic glycoside - Wikipedia

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In chemistry, a glycoside /ˈɡlaɪkəsaɪd/ is a molecule in which a sugar is bound to another functional group via a glycosidic bond. Glycosides play numerous ...

EXTOXNET - Cyanogenic glycosides

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Cyanogenic glycosides are present in a number of food plants and seeds. Hydrogen cyanide is released from the cyanogenic glycosides when fresh plant ...

cyanogenic glycosides - information sheet - FoodSafety

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Examples of cyanogenic glycosides include linamarin from cassava and ... Amygdalin is the cyanogenic glycoside responsible for the toxicity of the seeds of  ...

Plant poisoning -- Cyanogenic glycoside Symptoms, Diagnosis ...

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Plant poisoning - Cyanogenic glycoside information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, ...

Cyanogenic glycosides in cassava and bamboo - Food Standards ...

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Cyanogenic glycoside content of cassava and bamboo shoots ... Cyanide ingested by release from a plant containing cyanogenic glycosides, either prior to or.

Cyanogenic glycosides | definition of cyanogenic glycosides by ...

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chemical compounds contained in foods that release hydrogen cyanide when chewed or digested. The act of chewing or digestion leads to hydrolysis of the ...

Cyanogenic glycosides in plants - SciELO

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Cyanogenic Glycosides in Plants. Ilza A. Francisco and Maria Helena Pimenta Pinotti Department of Biochemistry, State University of Londrina, PO BOX 6001, ...

Cyanogenesis in plants

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Cyanogenesis is not exclusive to those plant species accu- mulating cyanolipids and cyanogenic glycosides. All higher plants probably form low levels of HCN ...

Centre for Food Safety - Food Safety Focus - Cyanide Poisoning and ...

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Feb 25, 2008 ... There are at least 25 cyanogenic glycosides known to be found in the edible parts of plants. Cyanogenic glycosides alone are relatively ...

Cyanogenic Glycosides: Synthesis, Physiology, and Phenotypic ...

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Cyanogenic glycosides (CNglcs) are bioactive plant products derived from amino acids. Structurally, these specialized plant compounds are characterized as ...

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763. Cyanogenic glycosides (WHO Food Additives Series 30)

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CYANOGENIC GLYCOSIDES First draft prepared by Dr G. Speijers, National Institute of Public Health and Environmental Protection Laboratory for Toxicology  ...

Plant cyanogenic glycosides - ScienceDirect

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The cyanogenic glycosides belong to the products of secondary metabolism, to the natural products of plants. These compounds are composed of an ...

Plant cyanogenic glycosides. - NCBI

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(1)Department of Botany, University of Veterinary Sciences, Budapest, Hungary. The cyanogenic glycosides belong to the products of secondary metabolism, ...