Tetrasaccharides, Biology


  • The oligosaccharides are formed by condensation of four monosaccharides.
  • Trachyose is a nonreducing tetrasaccharide found in plants as transport carbohydrate.
  • It is formed of galactose-galactose-glucose-fructose.
  • Other tetrasaccharides are - Scordose, Stakiose
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