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  • Bioavailability of cyanide after consumption of a single ...

    Bioavailability of cyanide after consumption of a single ...

    The double dose of 13.6 mg eaten with 200 g persipan paste resulted in a mean peak level of 2. µM after 150 min. An acute reference dose of 0.075 mg/kg body weight was derived being valid for a single application/meal of cyanides or hydrocyanic acid as well as of unprocessed foods with also containing the ...

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  • J. Range Manage. Review of toxic glycosides in rangeland ...

    J. Range Manage. Review of toxic glycosides in rangeland ...

    10 types of toxic occur in forage species. are characterized by the presence of one or more sugars linked to the alcohol or thiol functions of the non-sugar portion of the mol-ecule, which is called the . The biological activity of the is usually determined by the chemical nature of the .

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  • Many Food Plants Have Poisonous Parts, Apple Seeds Contain ...

    Many Food Plants Have Poisonous Parts, Apple Seeds Contain ...

     · In this case, All of these plants have these stored in the vacuole, but, if the plant is attacked, they are released and become activated by enzymes in the cytoplasm. These remove the sugar part of the molecule and release toxic hydrogen Cassava Manihot esculenta.

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  • Glycosides - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Glycosides - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    OnaolapoA.Y. , OnaolapoO.J. , in Functional and Medicinal Beverages, 2019. .3.1.3 Plant . Plant are secondary metabolites that comprise of a sugar portion that is linked to a nonsugar moiety. The nonsugar moiety of a is derived from aglycones and the linkage between the sugar and the aglycones is a hemiacetal between the aldehyde or keto of the sugar and ...

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  • 5 List of Foods That Contains Cyanide Toxins - Window Of World

    5 List of Foods That Contains Cyanide Toxins - Window Of World

    Wild almonds amygdalin which can release poison when consumed. However, now most of the developed almonds are sweet almonds which are non-toxic and safe for consumption. 4. Peaches and apricots. Like apple seeds, peach or peach and apricot seeds also which can turn into when consumed.

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  • A mass cyanide poisoning from pickling bamboo shoots.

    A mass cyanide poisoning from pickling bamboo shoots.

    A mass poisoning from pickling bamboo shoots. Clin Toxicol Phila. 2011 49 :834- ISSN: 1556-9519 Sang-A-Gad P Guharat S Wananukul W. CONTEXT: Bamboo shoots named taxiphyllin. poisoning from commonly occurs following ingestion.

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  • cyanogenic glycoside CHEBI:23436

    cyanogenic glycoside CHEBI:23436

    A in which the . A can release poisonous hydrogen if acted upon by some enzyme. Stars This entity has been manually annotated by the ChEBI Team. Roles Classification Biological Roles: metabolite ...

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  • Glycosides Tannins Alkaloids

    Glycosides Tannins Alkaloids

    - with - construction Hydrogen - final product of degradation - one of the most potent, rapidly acting, poisons known. In cells of humans and animals inhibit the oxidative processes causing them to die very quickly, because have the ability

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  • Toxicity Potential of Cyanogenic Glycosides in Edible ...

    Toxicity Potential of Cyanogenic Glycosides in Edible ...

     · are natural phytotoxins produced by over 2000 plant species, many of which are consumed by humans. The important food crops that include cassava Manihot esculenta, sorghum Sorghum bicolor, cocoyam Colocasia esculenta L. and Xanthosoma sagittifolium L., bamboo Bambusa vulgaris, apple Malus domestica, and apricot …

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  • Glycoside -

    Glycoside -

    In this case, the a cyanohydrin . Plants that make store them in the vacuole, but, if the plant is attacked, they are released and become activated by enzymes in the cytoplasm.These remove the sugar part of the molecule, allowing the cyanohydrin structure to collapse and release toxic hydrogen . ...

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  • Talk:Glycoside -

    Talk:Glycoside -

    . Typo that needs to be cleared up in the last paragraph on the page: "In this case, the is a " 66.159.68.20 14:11, 27 September 2006 UTC Nitrilosides. In the paragraph : "In this case, the is a "

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  • Cyanogenic Glycosides in Nuts and Seeds - ResearchGate

    Cyanogenic Glycosides in Nuts and Seeds - ResearchGate

    Ingestion of some fruit seeds with can therefore result in acute or sub-acute health problems Akyildiz et al., 2010. In the Rosaceae family, which includes apples, the main ...

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  • Category:Cyanogenic glycosides - Wikimedia Commons

    Category:Cyanogenic glycosides - Wikimedia Commons

    any in which the . Upload media: Instance of: structural class of chemical compounds: Subclass of: , nitrile: Part of: biosynthetic process product, metabolic process participant, catabolic process reactant

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  • Cinnamoyl-CoA

    Cinnamoyl-CoA

    Anthocyanidins •The hydroxyl groups are usually found on positions 5, 7 of ring A or at 4-, 3-, 4-, on ring B and sometimes they maybe in the form of methoxy or alkoxy, and the sugar is usually attached to the OH groups to form the . •Anthocyanins are of anthocyanidins. •They could be found in different parts of the plant specially in cell sap

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  • Glycoside - Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias

    Glycoside - Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias

    In this case, the In many plants, these are stored in the vacuole, but, if the plant is attacked, they are released and become activated by enzymes in the cytoplasm. These remove the sugar …

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  • Glycoside - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

    Glycoside - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

    . Amygdalin. In this case, the . All of these plants have these stored in the vacuole, but, if the plant is attacked, they are released and become activated by enzymes in the cytoplasm.

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  • Glycoside —  Republished // WIKI 2

    Glycoside — Republished // WIKI 2

    In this case, the a cyanohydrin . Plants that make store them in the vacuole, but, if the plant is attacked, they are released and become activated by enzymes in the cytoplasm.These remove the sugar part of the molecule, allowing the cyanohydrin structure to collapse and release toxic hydrogen . ...

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  • Glycoside - Bitaos research group

    Glycoside - Bitaos research group

    . In this case, the a hydrogen if acted upon by some enzyme. An example of these is amygdalin from almonds. can be found in the fruits and wilting leaves of the rose family including cherries, apples, plums, almonds, peaches, apricots, raspberries, and crabapples.

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  • Glycoside - chemeurope.com

    Glycoside - chemeurope.com

    In this case, the aglycone contains a cyanide group, and the glycoside can release the poisonous hydrogen cyanide if acted upon by some enzyme. An example of these is amygdalin from almonds. Cyanogenic glycosides can be found in the fruits and wilting leaves of the rose family including cherries, apples, plums, almonds, peaches, apricots, raspberries, and crabapples.

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  • Cyanogen Metabolism in Cassava Roots: Impact on Protein ...

    Cyanogen Metabolism in Cassava Roots: Impact on Protein ...

    Cassava Manihot esculenta Crantz, a staple crop for millions of sub-Saharan Africans, high levels of which protect it against herbivory.However, cyanogens have also been proposed to play a role in nitrogen transport from leaves to roots. Consistent with this hypothesis, analyses of the distribution and activities of enzymes involved in metabolism ...

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