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What are the subunits of cellulose?

I am doing homework and i need help!
Question asked by: AllieBbz08

Asked on: 09 Jun 2008

Ah yes this is a fairly easy biology one.

The key is to realise that cellulose is classified as a type of carbohydrate.

From there one realises that carbs are composed of monosaccharides, and there we have the answer!

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Replied at: 25 Aug 2008
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