Albumose Definition

ălbyə-mōs, -mōz
noun
A class of substances derived from albumins and formed by the enzymatic breakdown of proteins during digestion.
American Heritage
Any of a class of chemical compounds derived from albumins by the action of certain enzymes, as in digestion.
Webster's New World
Any of a class of substances derived from albumins and formed by the enzymatic breakdown of proteins during digestion.
American Heritage Medicine

A substance formed by proteins during digestion.

Wiktionary
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Other Word Forms of Albumose

Noun

Singular:
albumose
Plural:
albumoses

Origin of Albumose

  • From albumin (=albumen) 'protein' (from French albumine, from Latin albumen 'egg white', from albus 'white')

    From Wiktionary

  • French albumine albumin albumin -ose -ose –ose2

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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