Carbohydrates, Biology

 

Carbohydrate - contains Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen with a general formula of Cx(H2O)y

  • Simple sugars à monosaccharides
  • Oligosaccharide à sugars containing several simple sugars attached together

Types of Carbohaydrates:

1.) Monosaccharide Sugars

2.) Disaccharide Sugars

3.) Polysaccharide Sugars

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