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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An essential structural component of living cells and source of energy for animals.

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  • Additional ingredients such as saccharide, may be added to enhance either the flavor or the fermentation process.
  • Microbial utilization of mono - and di-saccharide residues
  • As fossil fuels become scarcer, many nations may need to turn to the ethanol fermentation of waste saccharide materials as a source of energy (7).
  • With a complex molecule, say a complex saccharide, polypeptide, or DNA the electrons are arranged in what I can only describe in more “artistic” systems. for more
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