A. Glucose B. Starch C. Sucrose D. Fructose E. Cellulose F. I'm not sure
glucose... the answers change like B. would be glucose or C ext. so watch.
It is a carbohydrate. It is a monosaccharide.
A single sugar molecule is known as a monosaccharide.
a monosaccharide is a single sugar molecule, a disachharide is a double sugar molecule, and a polysaccharide has three or more sugar molecules.
A molecule of water.
"Mono" means "one" - there is one molecule in a monosaccharide.
The proteins molecules are bigger.
Glucose and fructose
Monosaccharide is the correct answer
A glucose molecule is a monomer. Glucose is a monosaccharide, and monosaccharides are the monomers for carbohydrates.
Yes, fructose is a molecule with the formula C6H12O6. It is an isomer of glucose, and like glucose, it is a monosaccharide.
it is soluable in water, a monosaccharide, and part of a sucrose molecule
This is a monosaccharide.
Two monosaccharide molecules are needed to form one sucrose molecule because a sucrose molecule is a disaccharide and a disaccharide contains two times as many hydrogen atoms as oxygen atoms.