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If saccharide reminds you of sugar, it’s because sugars are saccharides.
Leaves, for instance, get their green from chlorophyll — the same chemical that helps them make sugar from sunlight.
That let them identify proteins, sugars and metals in the slime.
That yeast breaks down glucose, a simple sugar, to make beer’s alcohol and carbon dioxide.
They received pollen and a sugar water solution, but no pesticide.
They thrive on carbon dioxide, using it and light to make the sugars that fuel their growth.
For example, I had three groups with different amounts of sugar in the water.
A microbe called yeast, for example, ferments the sugars in bread dough.
That’s because the sugar — or glucose — is needed for brain energy.
His chief duty on the sugar plantation is to keep the monkeys out of the cane.

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