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Proceed exactly as in preparing French Proof agar vide supra substituting Mannite (38 grammes) for maltose.
This organism is unable to ferment milk directly, but is able to decompose maltose and glucose with gas production.
Upon hydrolysis starch gives first a mixture of dextrin and maltose, then glucose alone as an end-product.
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Herter claims that sucrose and glucose are much more so than lactose, maltose, or starch.
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The amylopsin likewise in the pancreatic secretion acts upon the starch and dextrin, changing them to maltose.
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Dextri-maltose may be added after a few days in order to maintain the fuel needs of the body.
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Maltose rarely occurs as such in plants, although its presence in the cell-sap of leaves has sometimes been reported.
THE CHEMISTRY OF PLANT LIFEROSCOE WILFRED THATCHER
Maltose is easily soluble in water, and crystallizes in masses of slender needles.
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When hydrolyzed, either by dilute acids or by maltase, one molecule of maltose yields two molecules of glucose.
THE CHEMISTRY OF PLANT LIFEROSCOE WILFRED THATCHER
Its properties are quite similar to those of maltose, but it yields a slightly different osazone and is not fermentable by yeast.
THE CHEMISTRY OF PLANT LIFEROSCOE WILFRED THATCHER

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