Алма әчелеге

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Алма әчелеге
Химическая структура
Масса 134,022 м.а.б.[1]
Химик фурмула C₄H₆O₅[1]
SMILES фурмуласы C(C(C(=O)O)O)C(=O)O[1]
Нинди таксонда бар Родиола розовая[d][2], Посконник коноплевидный[d][3], Phyllostachys edulis[d][4], Тополь бальзамический[d][5], Fumaria agraria[d][6], Дымянка козья[d][6], Fumaria densiflora[d][6], Fumaria muralis[d][6], Дымянка лекарственная[d][6], Fumaria parviflora[d][6], Fumaria vaillantii[d][6], Люпин жёлтый[d][7], Резуховидка Таля[d][8][9][10][…], Актинидия острая[d][11], Actinidia chinensis[d][11], Actinidia hemsleyana[d][11], Актинидия полигамная[d][11], алоэ вера[d][12], Земляничное дерево крупноплодное[d][13], свёкла обыкновенная[d][14], чай[d][15], Катарантус розовый[d][16], Хлопчатник обыкновенный[d][17], Зверобой продырявленный[d][18], батат[d][19], Ledebouria cooperi[d][20], мангифера индийская[d][21], Маниок[d][22], Шелковица чёрная[d][23], Опунция индийская[d][24][25], Вёшенка обыкновенная[d][26], Populus lasiocarpa[d][27], Портулак огородный[d][28], Слива японская[d][29], Шиповник колючейший[d][30], сахарный тростник культивируемый[d][31], Бузина травянистая[d][32], Бузина чёрная[d][32], бәрәңге[33], Бархатцы прямостоячие[d][34], Бархатцы мелкоцветные[d][34], Telekia speciosa[d][35], Thymus transcaucasicus[d][36], Vaccinium macrocarpon[d][37][38][39][…], Караҗиләк үсемлеге[d][37], Vaccinium oxycoccos[d][37], Нарат җиләге[37], Большая дафния[d][40], Мака перуанская[d][41], Агава американская[d][42], Chlamydomonas reinhardtii[d][43], Ряска тропическая[d][44], Mycoplasma bovis[d][45], Mycoplasma gallisepticum[d][45], Женьшень[d][46], Paris fargesii[d][47], Paris polyphylla[d][47], Осина[d][48], Синегнойная палочка[d][49], Salmonella enterica[d][50], томат[d][51][52], Synechococcus elongatus[d][53], Synechocystis[d][54], Sophora lehmannii[d][55], Drosophila melanogaster[d][56], Мангостан[d][57], Macrobrachium nipponense[d][58], Dendrobium huoshanense[d][59], Dendrobium officinale[d][59], Dendrobium catenatum[d][59], Dendrobium moniliforme[d][59], Paraburkholderia[d][60], виноград культурный[d][61], Platycapnos spicatus[d][6], Rosa nisami[d][62], Platycapnos spicata[d][6], Sophora lehmanni[d][55], конопля посевная[d][63] һәм Betula pubescens pubescens[d][64]
Тәэсир итешә Polycystin 2 like 1, transient receptor potential cation channel[d][65]
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Алма әчелеге (НООС-СН2-СН(ОН)-СООН) - ике нигезле оксикарбон әчелеге; тозлары малатлар дип атала. Җитешмәгән алма, йөзем, миләш, барбарис, кура җиләге, әфлисун, мандарин, лимон һ.б.н. эчендә бар. Азык-төлек сәнәгатендә (азык өстәмәсе буларак), медицинада кулланыла.

Искәрмәләр[үзгәртү | вики-текстны үзгәртү]

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