Monosaccharides


The most important monosaccharide is glucose, which is commonly referred to as blood sugar.

Other important monosaccharides are fructose and galactose.

Two other important monosaccharides are ribose and deoxyribose, which we’ll discuss in the section on nucleic acids.

217 Five Important Monosaccharides-01 Credit



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