Different biochemical procedures are responsible for the metabolic development, breakdown, and inter conversion of carbohydrates in living life forms. Sugars are vital to numerous fundamental metabolic pathways. Plants synthesize carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water through photosynthesis enabling them to store energy assimilated from sunlight internally. When animals and fungi eat plants, they utilize cellular respiration to breakdown these stored sugars to make energy available to cells. Both animals and plants briefly store the discharged energy as high energy molecules for example ATP for use in different cell processes. Although humans consume variety of carbohydrates, digestion breaks down complex sugars into a couple of simple monomers (monosaccharides) for metabolism: glucose, fructose, and galactose. Glucose constitutes about 80% of the products and is the primary structure that is distributed to cells in the tissues, where it is broken down and stored as glycogen. In aerobic respiration, the fundamental type of cellular respiration utilized by people, glucose and oxygen are metabolized to discharge energy, with carbon dioxide and water as byproducts. Most of the fructose and galactose travel to the liver, where they can be changed over to glucose.
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