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What is 1 + 3?
A carbon that contains a double bond is known as an _________ carbon
aldehyde + 6 carbon ring? ketone + 6 carbon ring?
aldehyde + 5 carbon ring? ketone + 5 carbon ring?
A ring consisting of 5 carbons is called a ______ ring.
A ring consisting of 4 carbons is called a ______ ring.
If the sugar is D, the last carbon points ______, if the sugar is L, the last carbon points ______
If a carb can mutarotate, it is called a ________ sugar.
What type of reaction occurs during disaccharide formation?
_______ bonds are much harder to digest!
Sucrose does not have a reducing end because both ______ carbons are in a glycosidic bond.
Disaccharides are formed by _______ linkage
Is fiber homoglycan, heteroglycan, or both?
Storage form of carbs in plants...
Is starch homoglycan, heteroglycan, or both?
Can be digested to glucose very fast and has a significant impact on blood glucose...
glycogen has more branches
What is the main difference between starch and glycogen?
starch, glycogen, soluble fiber, insoluble fiber
Polysaccharides are made up of....
Is glycogen homoglycan, heteroglycan, or both?
Starch is made up of ___% amylose and ___% amylopectin.
Starch is made up of....
Amylose forms linear __________ bonds
alpha 1-4 and alpha 1-6
Amylopectin forms ___________ bonds
Amylopectin forms branch points at every ______ glucose.