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B monosaccharide cannot be broken down by hydrolysis

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Unformatted text preview: lactose, maltose, etc.) a. In solutions, sugars typically form ringed structures, setting them apart from fatty acids and amino acids. b. Monosaccharide- cannot be broken down by hydrolysis into smaller sugars. (simple sugar). c. Disaccharide- (double sugar) constructed from two monosaccharides through a dehydration reaction. d. Polysaccharide- these are polymers of sugar with a size range from several hundred thousands of monosaccharides. (complex carbs). e. Starch- consists of man...
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