Sucrose is a disaccharide that is composed of glucose and fructose connected in a glycosidic bond. Sucrose is one of the most common sugars and is found in many fruits, seeds, roots, and honey. It is the final product in photosynthesis and is used as a primary energy source in most organisms.

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