Mucopolysaccharides, Biology

MUCOPOLYSACCHARIDES

  1. They are heteropolysaccharides of high molecular weight that are gelatinous is consistency, functioning in lubrication and as sticky substances in organisms..
  2. They often contain amino sugars and sugar acids.
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