glycine frutéscens, a beautiful native climbing shrub, known in our gardens under that name, but is properly Wistèria frutéscens.
glycine chinénsis, is given to Wistèria, and is the finest climbing shrub of the phaseolious tribe.
The plant generally known as Soja hispida is by modern botanists referred to glycine soja.
Zein, the principal protein of corn contains no glycine, lysine, or tryptophane.
The chief cultivation appears to be Coix, glycine, and some rice, but the produce seemed very small.
The only cultivation is potatoes, a few years since introduced, and which answers admirably, some turnips and glycine tuberosa.
glycine gly·cine (glī'sēn', -sĭn)
Abbr. Gly A nonessential amino acid derived from the alkaline hydrolysis of gelatin and used as a nutrient and dietary supplement, also used in biochemical research and in the treatment of certain myopathies.
A nonessential amino acid. Glycine is the simplest amino acid. Chemical formula: C2H5NO2. See more at amino acid.