Origin of arabinose
OTHER WORDS FROM arabinosea·rab·i·nos·ic [uh-rab-uh-nos-ik, ar-uh-buh-], /əˌræb əˈnɒs ɪk, ˌær ə bə-/, adjective
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The wound gums, for example, yield arabinose, and the wood gums yield xylose.
When hydrolyzed, they yield arabinose and a hexose; the latter is sometimes galactose and sometimes mannose.
It is, therefore, similar to amygdalin, except that one glucose molecule is replaced by arabinose.
This was directly established for glucose, lævulose, galactose, and arabinose .Researches on Cellulose|C. F. Cross
On hydrolysis, it yields glucose, arabinose, and d-mandelo nitrile.