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 ...
Cyanogenic glycosides are present in a number of food plants and seeds.
Hydrogen cyanide is released from the cyanogenic glycosides when fresh plant ...
Examples of cyanogenic glycosides include linamarin from cassava and ...
Amygdalin is the cyanogenic glycoside responsible for the toxicity of the seeds of
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Jul 7, 1999 ... The presence of cyanogenic glycosides was determined in 70 plant species from
the ... cyanogenic glycoside remain separated, but if the.
Cyanogenic glycoside content of cassava and bamboo shoots ... Cyanide
ingested by release from a plant containing cyanogenic glycosides, either prior to
chemical compounds contained in foods that release hydrogen cyanide when
chewed or digested. The act of chewing or digestion leads to hydrolysis of the ...
Cyanogenesis is not exclusive to those plant species accu- mulating cyanolipids
and cyanogenic glycosides. All higher plants probably form low levels of HCN ...
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. Eric E. Conn .4pproximately 1000 plant species
representing 90 families and at least 250 genera have been reported to be