ketopentose

ketopentose
A five-carbon sugar in which carbons 2, 3, or 4 make up part of a carbonyl group; e.g., ribulose.

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ke·to·pen·tose .kēt-ō-'pen-.tōs, -.tōz n a five-carbon sugar containing the keto group CO

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ke·to·pen·tose (ke″to-penґtōs) any ketose containing five carbon atoms, such as ribulose or xylulose.

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