A seven-carbon sugar possessing a ketone group. SYN: heptulose.

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ke·to·hep·tose .kēt-ō-'hep-.tōs, -.tōz n a heptose of a ketonic nature

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ke·to·hep·tose (ke″to-hepґtōs) any ketose containing seven carbon atoms.

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