Polysaccharides and their functions

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A chemical that is used to show the presence of starch
Iodine
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An example of a structural polysaccharide
Cellulose
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In this monomer the -OH group faces upwards
B-glucose
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The chemical reaction which forms the polymer amylose
Condensation reaction
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The bundles formed in cellulose from cross linkages
Microfibrils
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Is known as 'animal starch'
Glycogen
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Hydrogen bonds form between neigbouring molecules of this group
Hydroxyl
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Made of chains of 1,4 linked a-glucose
Glycogen
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An example of a structural polysaccharide

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Cellulose

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In this monomer the -OH group faces upwards

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The chemical reaction which forms the polymer amylose

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The bundles formed in cellulose from cross linkages

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