• WordNet 3.6
    • n Glycine genus of Asiatic erect or sprawling herbs: soya bean
    • n glycine the simplest amino acid found in proteins and the principal amino acid in sugar cane
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n glycine A genus of plants of the family Fabaceæ. See Apios.
    • n glycine A name incorrectly applied to Soia, a genus of plants belonging to the family Fabaceæ and including the soy-bean. See Soia.
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In literature:

The plant generally known as Soja hispida is by modern botanists referred to Glycine soja.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 362, December 9, 1882" by Various
The only cultivation is potatoes, a few years since introduced, and which answers admirably, some turnips and Glycine tuberosa.
"Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and TheNeighbouring Countries" by William Griffith
Apios Glycine, 27. tuberosa, 27.
"Hardy Perennials and Old Fashioned Flowers" by John Wood
Glycin, assimilated by plants, 47.
"Manures and the principles of manuring" by Charles Morton Aikman
Zein, the principal protein of corn contains no glycine, lysine, or tryptophane.
"The Chemistry of Plant Life" by Roscoe Wilfred Thatcher
Is he in the cellars of the Villa des Glycines?
"813" by Maurice Leblanc

In news:

It's a proprietary formula of zinc gluconate glycine advertised as "clinically proven" to shorten the duration of common cold s.
Many soybean growers are all too familiar with the menacing Heterodera glycines cyst nematode, which feeds on their crop, resulting in up to $1 billion in crop loss in the US each year.

In science:

Since 1979 , glycine has been investigated in interstellar medium involving controversy [71, 49]. The detection of interstellar glycine was proposed in several interstellar clouds including the Orion KL , followed by different perspectives .
Recent Progress in Chirality Research Using Circularly Polarized Light
In 2009, the structures of the products and their formation pathways were investigated using deuterium-labeling experiments, indicating the initial photochemical cleavages of C-H and N-H bonds, for glycine [121].
Recent Progress in Chirality Research Using Circularly Polarized Light
H2NCH2CN), which is an amino acid precursor to the amino acid glycine, is more stable than amino acid against UV photolysis [125].
Recent Progress in Chirality Research Using Circularly Polarized Light
If the residue is not reduced to a hydrogen atom (such as glycine), the alpha-carbon atom Cα is asymmetric.
Protein folding and heteropolymers
Asparagine, Cysteine, Glutamine, Glycine, Serine, Threonine, Tyrosine.
Protein folding and heteropolymers
N H2 − CαH − CH2 − C − CH − N H − C6H4 − C OOH The smallest residue is glycine, which is just a single H atom, and thus non chiral, and the largest is tryptophan, which contains ten heavy (non hydrogen) atoms.
Protein folding and heteropolymers
In a Gly-Gly -Gly tripeptide (Fig. 1a), the central glycine unit can be expected to display a shake spectrum which is similar to that of a residue within a longer polypeptide chain.
Shake-up and shake-off excitations with associated electron losses in X-ray studies of proteins
The same molecule was used without swap gates for another three-qubit Deutsch-Jozsa experiment [KLL00]. A partial (particularly simple) implementation of the five-qubit Deutsch-Jozsa alg orithm was carried out using one 1H, 15N and 19F nucleus and two 13C nuclei in a molecule derived from glycine [MFM+00].
Experimental Quantum Computation with Nuclear Spins in Liquid Solution
Indeed, the claimed detection of interstellar glycine remains disputed (Snyder et al. 2005) because of ambiguities in the line identification.
The chemistry of high-mass star formation
By this the rest of four contact AAs make: Glycine (G), Proline (P), Valine (V) and Isoleucine (I).
Genetic Code as a Harmonic System: two Supplements
W. Danysz, A.C. Parsons, Glycine and N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors: physiological significance and possible therapeutic applications, Pharmacol.
Effects of pyruvate administration on infarct volume and neurological deficits following permanent focal cerebral ischemia in rats
Peptide formation in the prebiotic era: Thermal condensation of glycine in fluctuating clay environments.
Field-control, phase-transitions, and life's emergence
In addition to lactate, α-Glx and glycine have also been shown to be increased in the asphyxiated neonate .
A Quantum Mechanical Review of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
The side chain of glycine (-H) comes from the shortest possible hydrogen chain (H-H) and none of 19 other amino acids has a hydrogen chain of this kind.
Genetic Code: The unity of the stereochemical determinism and pure chance
The one-letter code for the amino acids is used: Glycine G, Alanine A, Proline P, Threonine T, Cysteine C, Asparagine N, Aspartic acid D, Lysine K, Glutamine Q, Glutamic acid E, Histidine H, Phenylalanine F, Tyrosine Y, Isoleucine I, Methionine M, Tryptophane W.
A taylor-made arithmetic model of the genetic code and applications