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Beet sugar

Beet sugar

D-sucrose.

See: sucrose.


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Can plants absorb sucrose?

... you're willing to answer it. Some plants produce sucrose, such as the sugar cane and sugar beet. Since that can't pass through the semi-permeable membranes, there is never any sugar ...

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