Origin of rhamnose
International Scientific Vocabulary, from New Latin Rhamnus, genus of the buckthorn; from its being produced from a plant of this genus
First Known Use: 1888
Rhymes with rhamnose
arkose, Carlos, cosmos, crustose, cymose, dextrose, engross, erose, fructose, globose, glucose, jocose, lactose, maltose, mannose, morose, mythos, nodose, pappose, pentose, pilose, plumose, ramose, ribose, rugose, schistose, setose, spinose, strigose, sucrose, Sukkoth, triose, up close, vadose, verbose, viscose
Medical Definition of rhamnose
: a crystalline sugar C6H12O5 that occurs combined in many plants and is obtained in the common dextrorotatory L-form
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