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A healthy 25 yr old man has a sample of blood drawn 1 hr after he eats a baked potato.The concentration of which of the following substances is most likely increased in the blood sample?
a Amylose
b Glucose
c Limit dextrin
d Pectin
e Sucrose
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D. Pectin???
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glucose, nothing else makes it into blood stream.
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This qn asking the finding of BLOOD sample. Polysaccharides and disaccharides must be digested to monosaccharides prior to absorption b/c they cannot cross the cell membrane . So the only monsachcharie in the list is glucose

My Ans is B) Glucose
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Default B: glucose

in blood it should be Glucose
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