That is, sucrose is converted into levulose and dextrose sugars.
Mount in syrup of levulose and examine with a one-twelfth objective.
Levulose, lactose, and some others are occasionally met with.
The chief form of this carbohydrate is known as levulose, or fruit sugar.
The composition of levulose is exactly the same as glucose, but the atoms are combined in different ways.
Levulose, for all practical purposes, may be considered the equivalent of glucose in the human body.
If we assume that such groups are derived ultimately from levulose, we have to account for the detachment of the methyl group.
It is a mixture of cane sugar and invert sugars, as levulose and dextrose.
Fructose (levulose, honey sugar, or "diabetic" sugar) occurs along with glucose in the juices of many fruits, etc.
In the juice of grapes there is from 10 to 15 per cent or more of sugar, as sucrose, levulose, and dextrose.