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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 R. rosea[d][2], E. cannabinum[d][3], P. edulis[d][4], P. balsamifera[d][5], F. agraria[d][6], F. capreolata[d][6], F. densiflora[d][6], F. muralis[d][6], F. officinalis[d][6], F. parviflora[d][6], F. vaillantii[d][6], L. luteus[d][7], A. arguta[d][8], A. chinensis[d][8], A. hemsleyana[d][8], A. polygama[d][8], A. vera[d][9][10], A. unedo[d][11], B. vulgaris[d][12], C. sinensis[d][13], C. roseus[d][14], G. hirsutum[d][15], H. perforatum[d][16], I. batatas[d][17], L. cooperi[d][18], M. indica[d][19], M. esculenta[d][20], M. nigra[d][21], O. ficus-indica[d][22][23], P. ostreatus[d][24], P. lasiocarpa[d][25], P. oleracea[d][26], P. mume[d][27], R. spinosissima[d][28], S. officinarum[d][29], S. ebulus[d][30], S. nigra[d][30], S. tuberosum[31], T. erecta[d][32], T. patula[d][32], T. speciosa[d][33], T. transcaucasicus[d][34], V. myrtillus[d][35], V. oxycoccos[d][35], V. vitis-idaea[35], D. magna[d][36], Chlamydomonas reinhardtii[d][37], D. huoshanense[d][38], R. nisami[d][39], C. sativa[d][40], P. candicans[d][5], P. hastatus[d][41], C. hastata[d][41], R. hybridum[d][42][43], P. avium[44], A. melanocarpa[45][46][47][…], V. macrocarpon[d][48][49][50], D. officinale[d][38], P. spicatus[d][6], S. lehmannii[d][51], R. pulverulenta[d][39], L. meyenii[d][52], A. thaliana[d][53], P. alba[d][5], P. spicata[d][6], S. lehmanni[d][51] һәм A. americana[d][54]
Тәэсир итешә Polycystin 2 like 1, transient receptor potential cation channel[d][55]
 Алма әчелеге Викиҗыентыкта

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.

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