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OLATUNJI KAMALDEEN 2/18/2017 Carbohydrate Comparison Assignment This assignment consists of two tables. In table one, you are comparing three types of carbohydrates based on the characteristics listed. In table two, you are comparing two types of diabetes based on the characteristics listed. Complete each cell in the table by indicating what is true for the item in each column. Be sure you have studied carbohydrates before doing this assignment as students do poorly when they simply search for information online. Each comparison is worth 2 points and you will lose two points if you do not list your sources. Type into table Table One (comparing glycogen, starch and cellulose)   Characteristic Similarity (S) or Difference (D) glycogen Starch (amylose and amylopectin) cellulose S ubunits are they made of? Similarity glucose units glucose units glucose units Overall shape (branched or unbranched? If branched, degree of branching?) difference Very branched Depends on type of starch: Amylose – not branched Amylopectin – moderately branched unbranched
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  • Spring '13
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  • Glucose, Carbohydrate, Polysaccharide

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