A common variety of sugar found in the juices of many plants, as the sugar cane, sorghum, sugar maple, beet root, etc. It is extracted as a sweet, white crystalline substance which is valuable as a food product, and, being antiputrescent, is largely used in the preservation of fruit. Called also saccharose, cane sugar, etc. At one time the term was used by extension, for any one of the class of isomeric substances (as lactose, maltose, etc.) of which sucrose proper is the type; however this usage is now archaic.
a type of sugar. Sugars are carbohydrates.
Disaccharide sugar obtained form sugar beets or sugarcane used as a sweetener for chewable or sublingual tablets.
Commonly called cane sugar, table sugar or simply sugar.
common sugar. It is obtained from sugar cane and sugar beet.
a sweet, crystalline sugar naturally occurring in many plants, especially in sugarcane or sugar beets.
a complex carbohydrate found in many plants and used as a sweetening agent
A crystalline carbohydrate found in many plants, mainly sugarcane and sugar beets, and used widely as a sweetener, preservative and in the manufacture of plastics and cellulose.
sugar, a disaccharide obtained from sugar cane, sugar beet, etc.
Sugar. A crystalline disaccharide obtained from the sugar cane, the sugar beet, and sorghum, and forming the greater part of maple sugar.
common carbohydrate Sugar.
is also known as common table sugar. Sucrose is derived from sugar cane and/or sugar beets. Sucrose can be used by the body as a source of energy.
A naturally occurring sugar derived from plant sources. Sweentening agent or flavor enhancer used in chewable tablet or liquid dosage forms.
A natural sugar obtained from sugar cane and sugar beets used as a sweetening agent. Also called table sugar.
Often referred to as table sugar, it is a molecule made up of glucose and fructose.
Another name for sucrose is table sugar; it is derived from sugar cane plants.
Sucrose, a type of sugar, is a diglyceride composed of glucose and fructose. Also, see " carbohydrates."
the scientific name for table sugar; composed of two simple sugars - glucose and fructose.
Commonly known as table sugar.
a form of sugar that the body must break down into a more simple form before the blood can absorb it and take it to the cells
A disaccharide composed of glucose and fructose, often called "table sugar".
A natural sugar derived from sugar beets and sugar cane. Beet sugar, brown sugar, cane sugar, invert sugar, raw sugar, turbinado sugar, and table sugar are all other names for sucrose.
regular sugar. Not recommended for brewing.
a form of fructose and glucose found in many plants. Ordinary table sugar
Common table sugar (C12H22O11), a disaccharide formed from the bonding of a glucose molecule with a molecule of fructose. Sugar beets and cane sugar provide the principal natural sources of sucrose, which the average American is most likely to encounter in refined form as white, brown, or powdered sugar.
Ordinary table sugar. A common ingredient in sports drinks because it is quickly metabolized to provide fast energy.
Cane or beet sugfar, brown sugar, table sugar, powdered sugar, invert sugar, saccharose.
principal sugar found in nectar.
Ordinary table sugar; breaks down to glucose and fructose.
Also known as white or table sugar. Sucrose is made up of two simple sugar units: glucose and fructose. Sucrose occurs naturally in many green plants as a product of photosynthesis.
This disaccharide consists of a fructose molecule joined with a glucose molecule. It is most readily available as cane sugar.
This is basically the sugar we put in our tea and coffee, it is obtained from sugar cane.
A disaccharide sugar commonly found in table sugar.
Type of sugar that body needs to convert it to absorb.
Sucrose is the technical name for ordinary table sugar- a blend of glucose and fructose.
a two-part sugar made of glucose and fructose. Known as table sugar or white sugar, it is found naturally in sugar cane and in beets.
common refined "table" sugar; a molecule of glucose and a molecule of fructose chemically bonded together
Also known as white or table sugar. It is a combination of fructose and glucose and can be found in many plants.