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Carbohydrates

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Elements in Carbohydrates C,H,O
Ratio of Hydrogen to oxygen 2:1
Monomers of carbohydrates Monosaccharides
Many carbohydrate monomers make a .... Polysaccharide
Two Monosaccharides join to form a... Disaccharide
the bond between two Monosaccharides is a Glycosidic bond
Give 2 examples of a Monosaccharide either glucose, fructose or galactose
What are the two Monosaccharides that make up sucrose glucose & fructose
What are the two Monosaccharides that make up Lactose glucose & galactose
What are the two Monosaccharides that make up Maltose 2 glucose molecules
reaction that joins two Monosaccharides is called ... condensation
Formula of a Carbohydrate C6,H12,O6
reaction that separates a Disaccharide is called ... Hydrolysis
type of glycosidic bonding that causes straight chains is 1,4 Carbon Bonds
the bonding that causes side branches is.... 1,6 Carbon Bonding
starch is made from what molecules Amylose and amylopectin
amylose or amylopectin, which has side branches? Amylopectin
Where does glycogen occur? In animal muscles and liver, also bacteria and fungi
Name three polysaccharides Glycogen, Starch, Cellulose, Amylose and Amylopecting
Where is cellulose found? In plant cell walls
What type of Carbohydrates are insoluable Polysaccharides
Which of the carbohydrates dissolves in water? Monosaccharides and disaccharides
What is dietary fibre? Cellulose
Pentagonal Monosaccharide Fructose
Created by: Nexusjpr
 

 



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