How do I match these carbohydrate terms?

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May 27, 2018

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  1. (Not sure) Laypersons call simple carbohydrates Sugars while scientific nomenclature uses the term, Monosaccharides.

  2. Glucose and fructose molecules are classified as Monosaccharides.

  3. Sucrose, lactose and maltose are the common disaccharides.

  4. Any molecule made of thousands of simple sugar molecules covalently bonded together is called a polysaccharide.

  5. And 6. Are correct.

  6. The polysaccharide Glycogen is an energy rich compound stored in the human liver and skeletal muscle cells.

Others Are correct.

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