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Biological Origin and Configuration of 10-Hydroxy-Δ2-decenoic Acid
The four pairs of salivary glands of the honey bee (Apis mellifica) obtained by dissection under distilled water are examined to investigate the possibility that 10-hydroxy-Δ2-decenoic acid is present in combined form or be a specific bee product.
Structure of an Acidic Polysaccharide elaborated by Aerobacter aerogenes
An acidic polysaccharide was isolated from the culture medium of Aerobacter aerogenes N.C.T. 8172 (Klebsiella type 64) and its infra-red spectra confirmed the presence of carboxylic acid groups8.
Identification of 10-Hydroxy-Δ2-decenoic Acid in Royal Jelly
ROYAL jelly1 is the sole food administered by young workers or nurse bees of the common honey bee species Apis mellifica to female larvæ destined to become queens. Larvæ destined to become drones…
Application of Ethylenediaminetetra-acetic Acid in the Isolation of Crustacean Chitin
Little is known of the mode of association of chitin with protein and a knowledge of this is of importance in studies of the biosynthesis and biological function of Chitin.
14. Amino-sugars and related compounds. Part II. Observations on the acidic hydrolysis of derivatives of 2-amino-2-deoxy-D-glucose (D-glucosamine)
Zone electrophoresis of carbohydrates.
- A. B. Foster
- BiologyAdvances in carbohydrate chemistry
451. Amino-sugars and related compounds. Part IV. Isolation and properties of oligosaccharides obtained by controlled fragmentation of chitin
Aspects of the chemistry of the amino sugars.