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3.2.4 State one function of glucose, lactose, glycogen, fructose, sucrose and cellulose

Glucose - substrate for respiration. One compound from which energy in the form of ATP can be createdLactose - solute found in milkGlycogen - store of glucose in muscles and the liverFructose - responsible for the sweet taste of fruitsSucrose - transported form of carbohydrate in vascular tissue (phloem) of plants Cellulose - main component of the cell wall in plant cells
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