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Carbohydrates

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What elements make up Carbohydrates? Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen
What is the monomer of Carbohydrates? A Monosaccharide or simple sugars.
What are some examples of simple sugars Glucose or Fructose
Why are Monosaccharides important? They're the major fuel for cellular work.
What are two Monosaccharides joined together called? A disaccharide (eg. maltose and lactose).
What is the polymer of Carbohydrates? Polysaccharides or complex sugars (eg. starch)
What are Polysaccharides Polymers of many monosaccharide molecules joined together.
Why are Polysaccharides important? Serve as storage and building materials for the cell.
What are the major roles of Carbohydrates? Serve as storage, fuel and building material.
Created by: zarap103