How Is Starch Changed Into Sugar?


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Hassan Raza Profile
Hassan Raza answered
The starches are able to be assimilating merely following they are twisted keen on sugars in the corpse. If you place salty with sweetie or starch, even though it will combine completely and provide its flavor to the combination, neither the salty nor the starch nor the sweetie will have distorted at all, but will stay precisely as it was in the primary put, apart from for creature varied with the other matter. But if you were to decant irrigate hold an acidic in excess of the starch, and then simmer it for a small occasion, your starch would completely vanish, and amazing fairly dissimilar take its put. This, when you taste it, you would find was sugary; and, when irrigate was simmer off, it would twist out to be a sweetie describe glucose.

If we appear keen on the substance additional intimately, we are supposed to discover that what has occurred is that the starch and the sawdust contain distorted into fairly dissimilar matter. Starches are inexplicable in irrigate; that is, though they can be make softer and distorted into a gelatinous matter, they cannot be totally thaw, or melt, similar to salty or sweetie. Sugar, on the additional tender, is a completely soluble or "thaw clever" matter, and be able to immerse or go through several casing or matter in the corpse.
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Maria  Drew
Maria Drew commented
I can understand what you're trying to say above, in regards to the biochemical structure of starch and sugar, but please don't rely on online translators to convert your answer to English: Unless you have at least an A-Level standard of science education, the explanation above is almost meaningless. Remember, the English language has very idiosyncratic syntax compared to most other Latin & Germanic based languages (frustrating, I know), so don't let your intelligence to be lost in translation.
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marisa terry answered
the pancreas I am diebetic so I am a pro at this one when pancreas does not process starch it turns carbs into sugar and nolonger produces insulin so your go high or it produces too much and you go low

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