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The bond present between two carbohydrate molecules is

a)

Amide

b)

Hydrogen

c)

Glycosidic

d)

phosphodiester


Question ID - 1374 | Toppr Answer

The bond present between two carbohydrate molecules is

a)

Amide

b)

Hydrogen

c)

Glycosidic

d)

phosphodiester

1 Answer - 5876 Votes

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Answer Key : (c) -

(c)

The covalent bond by which monosaccharide molecules link in polymerization is called a glycosidic bond. In a glycosidic linkage, the aldehyde or ketone part of one monosaccharide molecule condenses with an alcoholic group of another monosaccharide molecule, releasing a molecule of water.



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