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A sugar consisting of a single carbohydrate subunit.
Glucose and fructose are both monosaccharides. Monosaccharide categories include aldose, ketose, triose, pentose, hexose, etc. By contrast, see disaccharide.
Glucose is the blood sugar whereas fructose is fruit sugar.
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