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OSIDE" LINKAGE A. OSIDES O N hydrolysis, osides yield one or more sugars or "oses". They are called holosides if the products of hydrolysis are solely sugars, and heterosides if on hydrolysis substances other than sugars are obtained. The holosides are designated di-, tri- or tetraholosides according to the number of sugar molecules obtained on hydrolysis. The heterosides are very abundant in the vegetable kingdom: tannins, ruberythric acid (from the madder plant, hydrolysis liberates glucose and the aglucone, alizarin), anthocyanins (colours of many flowers), digitalis glucosides (gitine, digitonine, digitaline, gitoxine, etc ) cyanogenetic glucosides (whose hydrolysis liberates hydrogen cyanide in addition to a sugar), etc The heterosides are called a or ß-heterosides according to whether they contain the a or ß form of the sugar.
Its biological importance is very great. Suffice it to say that from indole or phenopyrrole are derived indoxyl and H H-C- H -C-H H-C C-H \ N H / Pyrrole REFERENCES BERGMANN, W (1952). Sterols. Progress in the Chemistry of Fats and Other Liquids, 1, Pergamon Press, London & New York. FIESER, L. & FIESER, M. (1949). , Reinhold (New York). HEUSGHEM, C. (1950). Métabolisme et analyse des hormones steroides, Masson and Desoer, Paris, Liège (Actualités biochimiques, No. 14). 44 U N I T Y AND DIVERSITY I N B I O C H E M I S T R Y indigo, that considerable amounts of pyrrole bases are present in plants, and that tryptophane contains a pyrrole ring.
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An introduction to soil mechanics and foundations, 3rd edition by C.R. Scott