glycerophosphoglucose etymology

English word glycerophosphoglucose comes from English calcium, English glycero- ((organic chemistry) Derived from glycerol.), English glucose

Detailed word origin of glycerophosphoglucose

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
calcium English (eng) (countable) An atom of this element.. A chemical element, atomic number 20, that is an alkaline earth metal and occurs naturally as carbonate in limestone and as silicate in many rocks.
glycero- English (eng) (organic chemistry) Derived from glycerol.
glucose English (eng) (carbohydrate) A simple monosaccharide (sugar) with a molecular formula of C6H12O6; it is a principle source of energy for cellular metabolism.
glycerophosphoglucose English (eng) (by extension) Its fatty acid derivatives - the phosphatidylglucoses. (organic compound) The glucose ester of glycerophosphoric acid.

Words with the same origin as glycerophosphoglucose

Descendants of calcium
calcein calcrete calcurmolite calflagin calphobindin niocalite pedocal
Descendants of glycero-
galactoglycerolipid glyceroglycolipid glyceroketone glycerolipid glyceroneogenesis glycerophospholipid glycerophosphoric glycerophosphoric acid glycerophosphorylation glycerophosphorylcholine glycoglycerolipid
Descendants of glucose
X-gal adenosine adenosine monophosphate adenosine triphosphate allose arabinonucleic cellobiose cellobiosyl cellophane cellulose deoxyribonucleic dextrose erythrose fructose glucosidase heptose lactard lactose laevulose lignocellulolytic lyxose mannitol pyranose sucrose threonucleic