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How do each pair of the following molecules resemble/differ from each other. (a)
Glycogen and cellulose; (b) maltose and sucrose (c) D-glucose and D-fructose.
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How do each pair of the following molecules resemble/differ from each other. (a) Glycogen and cellulose; (b) maltose and sucrose (c) D-glucose and D-fructose.

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