Unformatted text preview: preventing it from flopping over. 3. Most animals, including people, cannot digest cellulose because we lack the molecule necessary to break the bonds of monomers in cellulose. Therefore, cellulose goes through our digestive system unchanged. Microorganisms that inhabit their digestive tracts break down the cellulose, making glucose available to the cow or termite....
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- Spring '09
- Glucose, glucose monomers, Glucose + fructose, Dustin Lee