Disaccharides, Biology

Disaccharides can be understood as follows
1.Sugars made up of the two monosaccharides held together by the covalent bond; like sucrose and lactose.
2. Type of sugar (saccharide) composed of the two sugar molecules bonded together with the ester (covalent) bond for instancemaltose, sucrose, and lactose.


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