Of monosaccharides, plant cells contain glucose, fructose, etc. of disaccharides – sucrose, or cane sugar, and maltose.
In some plants (in cotton seeds, in eucalyptus in leaves, in sugar beet in the roots, etc.), raffinose trisaccharide (C18H32O16) is also found.
Polysaccharides (or polyoses) in living plant tissues include starch, inulin, fiber, or cellulose, hemicellulose, pectin substances, and others. In fungi is glycogen, a carbohydrate characteristic of animal organisms and therefore sometimes called animal starch.
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