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Definition of the noun prolamine
What does prolamine mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: prolamines
- a simple protein found in plants
Alternative definition of the noun prolamine
- [biochemistry] any of a class of proteins, high in proline, found in the seeds of cereals
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by Jean-Michel Dubernard, D.E. Sutherland
Prolamine is a slowly resorbable substance and might not be as 'obstructive' as Neoprene, accounting for the apparently higher complication rate observed by the group using the substance . Neoprene is very easy to inject, it adheres very ...
urrent Technology and Applications by David H. Sierra, Renato Saltz
Prolamine is a biodegradable protein utilized as a viscous gel . It is amino acid alcohol which polymerizes into a solid compound in the presence of water. It has been used effectively for intravascular arterial occlusion prior to tumor ...
by David Worthington
prolamine proton green algae, actinomycetes and myco- plasma. prolamine A protein that is insoluble in water but soluble in a 70±80 per cent concentration of aqueous ethanol. propanone An alternative (and chemi- cally more correct) name ...
Phytochemical Dictionary (1998)
A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants, Second Edition by Herbert Baxter, J.B. Harborne, Gerald P. Moss
This problem has been rectified by breeding cereal varieties, the so- called 'high lysine' strains, in which there is a better balance of protein types and in which prolamine synthesis is partly suppressed. Another feature of certain plant proteins ...
ferritin,gliadine, globulin,glutelin,integrin, lysozyme,protease, thrombin 09 apoenzyme,fibrillin, invertase,isomerase, luciferin,myoglobin, myostatin, phaseolin, prolamine, protamine, sclerotin 10calmodulin, complement, conchiolin , dystrophin, ...
by Dan Rabin, Carl Forget
A protein (prolamine) found in barley. Hordeum distichum. (hohr'- dee-em di'-sti-kem* [can also be: di'-stee-kem]) The botanical name for two- rowed barley. Hordeum hexastichum. (hohr'-dee-em hehk-sae'-sti-kem) The botanical ...
by American Heritage Dictionary
albumin, elastin, iibroin, gliadin, hi stone, horde in, keratin, legumin, sencin, tubulin 08 aleurone, amandine, collagen, creatine, cytokine, globulin, glutelin, prolamin, proieose, vitellin 09 iibnllin, prolamine, proiamine, sclerotin 10 conchiolin, ...
by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe
Vignin Zein Cow-pea Globulin Maize Prolamine Animal Protein*.
by Rosalinda T. Lagua, Virginia S. Claudio
Prolamine. Simple protein insoluble in water, neutral solvents, and absolute alcohol but soluble in 70% to 80% alcohol. Examples ...
by I. C. Gupta, S. K. Gupta
Gliadin A substance interacting with glutenin to form gluten in cereals; the prolamine of wheat seed. Gliocladium roseum See coconut leaf rot. Gliricidia Gliricidia maculata H.B. & K. Family Papi lionaceae. Small tree native of tropical America ...
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
prolamine a globularprotein, e.g.zeinin corn grain. prolan an outdated name for chorionic gonadotropin, LH and FSH.
Polymer Science Dictionary (1996)
by M. Alger
hordein The prolamine protein component of barley. hormone A substance released by certain glands in vertebrates and carried by the blood to certain target organs where it regulates the metabolic processes occurring ...
The Chambers Dictionary (1998)
progress prolamine programme (see programme above); programme music music that is intended to depict a scene or tell a story; programme picture see programmer; programming language a system of codes, symbols, rules, etc designed ...
Animal and plant proteins (casein, whey protein, gelatin/collagen, fibrinogen, soy protein, wheat gluten, corn zein- water-insoluble prolamine from corn gluten, and egg albumen) have been used in edible films. Therefore, the incorporation of ...
Encyclopedia of Genetics (2014)
by Eric C.R. Reeve
Pertinent research It would be amiss not to note some of the research that has been informative concerning the prolamine fraction of maize storage proteins and how the significant changes in amino acid composition of 02 endosperms occur.
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Scrabble value of P3R1O1L1A1M3I1N1E1
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