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The monosaccharide that is found in sucrose, lactose, and maltose is ___________.
B. Glucose is a common form of monosaccharide.
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User: The monosaccharide that is found in sucrose, lactose, and maltose is ___________.

Weegy: B. Glucose is a common form of monosaccharide.
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User: Complex carbohydrates include the following EXCEPT __________.

Weegy: What is the rest of your question?
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User: Complex carbohydrates include the following EXCEPT __________. Choose one answer. a. dextrose b. starch c. fiber d. glycogen

Weegy: Sorry what was the question?
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User: Complex carbohydrates include the following EXCEPT __________. a. dextrose b. starch c. fiber d. glycogen

User: Disaccharides include all of the following EXCEPT __________. a. lactose b. sucrose c. maltose d. glucose

Weegy: Glucose is a common form of a monosaccharide.
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User: In the body, insulin stimulates the ________________. a. synthesis of glucose from amino acids b. mobilization of fat c. uptake of glucose by cells d. breakdown of glycogen

User: Liver cells use glycogen to __________.

User: Liver cells use glycogen to __________. a. transport fat-soluble vitamins b. regulate blood glucose levels c. provide energy when the body is at rest d. assist in the breakdown of lipids

User: Why is it more difficult for the body to digest the carbohydrates in legumes than the carbohydrates in corn? a. Unlike corn, the starches in legumes must first be emulsified by bile. b. Legumes contain an antagonist that prevents the activity of intestinal enzymes. c. Legumes pass through the human stomach more quickly. d. The body cannot break down some of the complex carbohydrates in legumes.

Weegy: The carbs in legumes are slow-digesting oligo- and polysaccharides and legumes additional contain a certain amount of fibers, also slowing digestion. Humans are not able to digest the complete corn, [ [ lacking the enzymes to break down the cellulose of the skin, but we possess a sufficient amount of enzyme amylase to digest cornstarch with its high amylose content (>50%). ] ]
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The monosaccharide that is found in sucrose, lactose, and maltose is ___________. Choose one answer. a. fructose b. ribose c. galactose d. glucose
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The monosaccharide that is found in sucrose, lactose, and maltose is glucose.
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Which of the following compounds is needed to split a disaccharide? Choose one answer. a. Ammonia b. Carbon dioxide c. Carbon monoxide d. Water
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Answer is D. Water

When a disaccharide is split into two monosaccharides, hydrolysis occurs (H2O is added.)
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Which of the following compounds is needed to split a disaccharide? a. Ammonia b. Carbon dioxide c. Carbon monoxide d. Water
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Water is needed to split a disaccharide.

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Which of the following compounds is needed to split a disaccharide? Choose one answer. a. Ammonia b. Carbon dioxide c. Carbon monoxide d. Water
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Answer is D. Water

When a disaccharide is split into two monosaccharides, hydrolysis occurs (H2O is added.) Hydrolysis is an energy releasing reaction. The energy needed for synthesis is provided by hydrolysis

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