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Meaning of the word mono and saccharide.
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Meaning of the word mono and saccharide.
What is one and sugar?
Provides simple sugars.
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Provides simple sugars.
What are monosaccharides?
Number of monosaccharides that form a disaccharide.
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Number of monosaccharides that form a disaccharide.
What is two?
Linked together by a type of bond.
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Linked together by a type of bond.
What is a covalent bond?
Three types of monosaccharides.
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Three types of monosaccharides.
What are ribose, glucose, and fructose?
Two characteristics of disaccharides.
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Two characteristics of disaccharides.
What are tasting sweet and dissolving in water?
A five-membered ring monosaccharide.
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A five-membered ring monosaccharide.
What is fructose?
A six-membered ring monosaccharide.
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A six-membered ring monosaccharide.
What is glucose?
A disaccharide contianing both glucose and fructose.
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A disaccharide contianing both glucose and fructose.
What is sucrose?
Three common dissacharides.
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Three common dissacharides.
What are sucrose, maltose, and lactose?
Organism that starch is found in.
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Organism that starch is found in.
What are plants?
Organism that glycogen is found in.
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Organism that glycogen is found in.
What are animals?
Links of joining monosaccharides.
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Links of joining monosaccharides.
What are polysaccharide structures?
Three types of Polysaccharides.
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Three types of Polysaccharides.
What are starch, glycogen, and cellulose?
Type of bond that monosaccharides are linked by to form polysaccharides.
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Type of bond that monosaccharides are linked by to form polysaccharides.
What are glycosidic bonds?
Carbohydrates is a type of _____________.
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Carbohydrates is a type of _____________.
What is a macromolecule?
Two functions of carbohydrates.
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Two functions of carbohydrates.
What are providing energy and nutrients?
Vegetable that has starch in it.
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Vegetable that has starch in it.
What are asparagus, beans, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbages, carrots, cauliflowers, celery, lettuce, marrows, mushrooms, onions, spring onions, parsnip, peas, peppers, potatos, pumpkins,radishes, spinach, sweet corn, tomatoes, turnips, watercresses, or yams
Elements in carbohydrates.
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Elements in carbohydrates.
What are carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen?
Chemical Formula for Carbohydrates.
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Chemical Formula for Carbohydrates.
What is C(H2O)
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Name all three types of carbohydrates and give a definition of each.
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Name all three types of carbohydrates and give a definition of each.
Monosaccharides- simple sugars such as glucose, fructose, and ribose. Disaccharides- two monosaccharides linked together by a covalent bond such as sucrose, maltose,and lactose. Polysaccharides- Hundreds or thousands of monosaccharides linked by a glycosidic bond such as starch, glycogen, and cellulose.




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