Go Disaccharides (bioses)


Disaccharides (bioses) are carbohydrates , from each molecule of which two molecules of monosaccharides are obtained during hydrolysis. The main representatives of disaccharides: sucrose (beet sugar ), lactose (milk sugar) and maltose (malted sugar) are important foods. Enzymes that destroy disaccharides in animal organisms are found only in the digestive tract; therefore, disaccharides introduced into the blood do not undergo decay and are excreted unchanged.