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Carbohydrates Monosaccrides Disaccharides Simple carbohydrates 1:2:1 -ose hexose sugars glucose photsynthesis fructose galactose (2lactose) glycosidic bond (joins two mono) lactose (glucose + galactose) sucrose (glucose + fructose) oligaosaccarides 3-10 polsaccarides 10+ Complex carbohydrates Starch the plant polysaccharide for glucose storage
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Unformatted text preview: Glycogen the animal polysaccaride for glucose Amylose Amylopectin Dietary fibers Soluble fiber Insoluble fiber Fermentable fibers diverticula diverticulosis diverticulitis salivary amylase dextrins pancreative amylase maltase limit dextrins disacharideases sucrase lactase lactose intolerance enterocytes...
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