CHEBI:47778 - glyceride

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ChEBI Name glyceride
Definition Any ester resulting from the condensation of one or more of the hydroxy groups of glycerol (propane-1,2,3-triol) with fatty acids.
Stars This entity has been manually annotated by the ChEBI Team.
Secondary ChEBI IDs CHEBI:13730, CHEBI:22230
ChEBI Ontology
Outgoing glyceride (CHEBI:47778) is a carboxylic ester (CHEBI:33308)
glyceride (CHEBI:47778) is a glycerolipid (CHEBI:35741)
Incoming alkyl,acylglyceride (CHEBI:137586) is a glyceride (CHEBI:47778)
alkyldiacylglyceride (CHEBI:166986) is a glyceride (CHEBI:47778)
diglyceride (CHEBI:18035) is a glyceride (CHEBI:47778)
glycosylmonoacylglycerol (CHEBI:157759) is a glyceride (CHEBI:47778)
monoacylglycerol (CHEBI:17408) is a glyceride (CHEBI:47778)
triglyceride (CHEBI:17855) is a glyceride (CHEBI:47778)
Synonyms Sources
acylglycerols ChEBI
glyceride ChEBI
glycerides ChEBI
Last Modified
13 December 2018
General Comment
2011-01-18 Widely distributed in nature, glycerides are customarily subdivided into triglycerides, 1,2- or 1,3-diglycerides, and 1- or 2-monoglycerides, according to the number and position of acyl groups (not, as one might suppose, the number of glycerol residues). The recommended method for naming individual glycerides is mono-, di- or tri-O-acylglycerol, as appropriate.