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saccharosis (GB)
sucrose (GB)
sacarosa (ES)
saccarosio (I)
sacarose (PO)
sacharose (N)

This disaccharide (also sucrose, double sugar) is one of the carbohydrates, It occurs in almost all plants, where it is the energy and carbon transport in the phloem of the leading tissue supported. Sucrose is present in large quantities in sugarcane and sugar beet, which is why these are used for the industrial production of cane sugar and sugar beet beet sugar be used. These two chemically identical sugar are also referred to as table sugar or granulated sugar. Sucrose consists of one molecule each of the two monosaccharides fructose (Fructose) and glucose (Glucose), which are linked together. The substance is at the photosynthesis formed in the leaves and transported in part to the berries. In these is done by the enzyme invertase a splitting into the two monosaccharides. The resulting mixture is called invert sugar designated. At the Press it gets into the grape and is the basis for the alcoholic fermentation,

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