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What are the end products of starch hydrolysis?
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I am trying to answer a question for my Starch Hydrolysis lab for microbiology.

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What are the end products of starch hydrolysis?
Sep 25, 2012

end products are the constituent sugars that were bonded together to create the carbohydrate.



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What are the end products of starch hydrolysis?
Sep 25, 2012

Glucose, since starch is made up of numerous glucose units linked together.



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