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Which of the following molecules link together to form starch? - Which of the following molecules link together to form starch?

Which of the following molecules link together to form starch? - Which of the following molecules link together to form starch?
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The answer is glucose. Starches are complex carbohydrates that are formed by a long chain of sugar molecules or polysaccharides. Glucose is a form of sugar or monosaccharide. Glucose molecules, from 300 to 1000, when linked together will form starch. Grains, potato and corn are examples of starch.

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