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Two glucose molecules joined together form _________. A. maltose B. dextrose C. lactose D. sucrose
Two glucose molecules joined together form A. maltose When two glucose molecules are linked together they form the disaccharide, maltose.
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User: Two glucose molecules joined together form _________. A. maltose B. dextrose C. lactose D. sucrose

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Two glucose molecules joined together form A. maltose

When two glucose molecules are linked together they form the disaccharide, maltose.
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