Biology AQA 3.2.4 Carbohydrates

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During the condensation reaction, what bonds join Beta Glucose together? Glycosidic
What does a chain of Beta Glucose form? Cellulose
Structure of Starch images.jpg (image/jpg)
Function of starch? Slow releasing energy, they can be easily stored as they compact, and a single glucose can be broken off and used during respiration in the body.
Structure of Glycogen images__1_.jpg (image/jpg)
Function of glycogen? Glycogen is a form of sugar. It has branches unlike starch. It can be easily compacted and the bonds can easily be broken down
Cellulose Structure download__2_.jpg (image/jpg)
Function of cellulose Due it being made up of beta glucose, the bonds are extra strong as the glucose has to be turned on itself. this means that is strong and acts well as a cell wall
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