Subject: Why do plants transport carbohydrates as sucrose?
Date: Sat May 29 13:11:57 1999
Posted by Andrew Hagan
Grade level: 10-12
School: Royds High School
City: Leeds State/Province: West Yorkshire
Area of science: Botany
Why do plants transport sugars as sucrose, which is glucose-
fructose. Since the respiratory substrate is glucose, would it
not be easier for them to transport it as maltose, which is
Re: Why do plants transport carbohydrates as sucrose?
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