Sugar moiety in DNA and RNA molecules respectively are
When sugar 'X' is boiled with dilute H2SO4 in alcoholic solution, two isomers 'A' and 'B' are formed. 'A' on oxidation with HNO3 yields saccharic acid where as 'B' is laevorotatory. The compound 'X' is :
Given below are two statements.
Statement I : Maltose has two $$\alpha$$-D-glucose units linked at C1 and C4 and is a reducing sugar.
Statement II : Maltose has two monosaccharides : $$\alpha$$-D-glucose and $$\beta$$-D-glucose linked at C1 and C6 and it is a non-reducing sugar.
In the light of the above statements, choose the correct answer from the options given below :
Match List-I with List-II
|List - I
|List - II
|A.||Invertase||I.||Starch into maltose|
|B.||Zymase||II.||Maltose into glucose|
|C.||Diastase||III.||Glucose into ethanol|
|D.||Maltase||IV.||Cane sugar into glucose|
Choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below :