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Continuing Education Organic Chemistry
Glucose + Glucose =                
  1. Maltose
  2. Sucrose
  3. Lactose
  4. Stalose
  5. Granulose
Continuing Education Organic Chemistry
Glucose + Fructose =                
  1. Maltose
  2. Starch
  3. Cellulose
  4. Lactose
  5. Sucrose
College Diabetes
Bedtime glucose
  1. 100-140
  2. 120
  3. 7% (150 BS)
College Diabetes
Fasting Glucose
  1. 100-140
  2. 120
  3. 7% (150 BS)
Grade 10 Macromolecules
Galactose + Glucose =                .
  1. Maltose
  2. Starch
  3. Sucrose
  4. Lactose
  5. Granulose
Grade 5 STEM Words
Glucose means:
  1. lactose
  2. starch
  3. sugar
  4. powerhouse of the red blood cell
Continuing Education Organic Chemistry
College Macromolecules
Maltose is a combination of which two sugar molecules?
  1. glucose and galactose
  2. glucose and glucose
  3. fructose and galactose
  4. fructose and glucose
  5. sucrose and lactose
College Macromolecules
Which of these makes up sucrose?
  1. glucose and galactose
  2. glucose and glucose
  3. fructose and galactose
  4. fructose and glucose
Grade 7 Macromolecules
Grade 10 Botany
What are the products of photosynthesis?
  1. oxygen and carbon dioxide
  2. oxygen and glucose
  3. glucose and carbon dioxide
  4. glucose and water
Grade 9 Macromolecules
Of what are glucose and fructose examples?
  1. double sugars
  2. disaccharides
  3. single sugars
  4. polysaccharides
College Biochemical Pathways
Glucose oxidation is an                 reaction?
  1. endergonic
  2. exergonic
  3. coenzyme
  4. thyroid hormone
Continuing Education Macromolecules
Grade 8 Macromolecules
What is glucose made of?
  1. chlorophyll, chloroplasts, and sugar
  2. carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
  3. water, hydrogen, and oxygen
  4. chlorophyll, energy, and carbon
Grade 11 Cell Structure and Function
                     begins with glucose and produces ATP.
  1. cellular respiration
  2. photysynthesis
  3. ligh dependant phase
  4. photolysis
College Anatomy and Physiology
Fructose and glucose are isomers. This means that...
  1. they have the same structural formula
  2. they have different chemical structures and the same structural formula
  3. they both have the same chemical and structural formula
  4. they have the same chemical formula but different structural formulae
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