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They are oligosaccharides composed of two monosaccharide residues .
(glucose + fructose) =
cane suger maltose
(glucose + glucose) =
malt sugar lactose
(glucose + galactose) =
Common formula is C
Commercial or Table sugar.
stems of Sugarcane (
) and roots of Beet sugar (
of sucrose is
Formed of two molecules each of
It has neither aldehyde group nor keto group.
It is a disaccharide formed of
two molecules of glucose
which are connected to each other through the a
It is present in Barley.
Maltose is formed during hydrolysis of starch.
It is found in
The sugar is present in malt, and is therefore, also called malt sugar.
Maltose is a
It is a disaccharide sugar present in milk upto the extent of 5%.
Lactose is formed of
, both in pyranose state, through the b-1, 4 glycocydic bond.
is also synthesised from glucose inside the
of lactose is
Like maltose, lactose is a
Souring of milk
occurs when bacteria convert
lactose into lactic acid
Present only in mammals.
It is a
made of two glucose residues which was originally obtained from cocoon of Trehela (weevil Larinus species) as sweetening agent.
Trehalose is found in haemolymph of some insects and fungi including yeast.
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