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Why does glucose rarely exist in nature?

Why does glucose rarely exist in nature? Wouldn't it have less entropy in a ring form as more bonds are forming. Also glucose technically doesn't have a carbonyl functional group then because it is broken when the ring structure is formed? Is it a random chance that either alpha and beta glucose is formed?
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