What monosaccharides are in lipids?
Monosccharides are not in lipids. They are in carbohydrates.
This is because a triacylglycerol is a lipid. Lipids are largely hydrocarbons and they generally do not dissolve in water but they do dissolve in nonpolar substances like other lipids. Monosaccharides are carbohydrates and they contain hydroxyl groups that can easily dissolve in water. Is this Muhammad ? LOL
Lipids and carbs are both sources of energy. They both have Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen. The differences between them include the amount of atoms, (Carbs have a 2:1 ratio of Hydrogen to Oxygen, Lipids do not) the building blocks (Carbs are built from monosaccharides, Lipids are built from fatty acids and glycerol) And lastly, Carbs are our first source of energy, Lipids are secondary.
Lipids are not a carbohydrate. Lipids are lipids. Lipids include fats, waxes, sterols, fat-soluble vitamins, monoglycerides, diglycerides, triglycerides, and phospholipids. Sugar includes monosaccharides galactose, lactose, and fructose and other saccharides. These are carbohydrates characterized by a sweet flavor. In most cases and in common use sugar almost exclusively refers to sucrose (glucose + fructose). There are no compounds which are in both groups save glycolipids, lipids with carbohydrate side-chains.