cyanogenic glucoside

cyanogenic glucoside
A plant compound that contains sugar and produces cyanide.

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  • amygdalin — A cyanogenic glucoside present in almonds and seeds of other plants of the family Rosaceae; the principal component of laetrile. Emulsin splits a. into benzaldehyde, d glucose, and hydrocyanic acid. SYN: amygdaloside. [G …   Medical dictionary

  • amygdalin — noun a bitter cyanogenic glucoside extracted from the seeds of apricots and plums and bitter almonds • Hypernyms: ↑glucoside • Hyponyms: ↑laetrile …   Useful english dictionary

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