I am slightly confused as to what a branched molecule, can somebody please give me a definition? Thank you.
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- 12-09-2016 18:32
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- 14-09-2016 19:50
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- 14-09-2016 20:19
I've only started biology as(I assume that is the subject this question relates too?) but glycogen and starch are both branched molecules(they contain 1,4 and 1,6 glycosidic bonds) to ensure they can be rapidly hydrolysed into glucose when metabolic demand is high
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