What are the subunits of carbohydrates?

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Oct 15, 2015

Answer:

Monosacchaides.

Explanation:

The simplest sub-unit of a carbohydrate ( and ANY carbohydrate) would be a monosaccharide which consists entirely of carbon, hydrogen as a majority with oxygen occurring as a minority, and all monosaccharides consists of one oxygen at the least.