Why Do Plants Store Starch?

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Plant store starch so as to generate energy needed for growth. During the process of photosynthesis, plants use sunlight energy to create glucose from carbon dioxide which is stored in the form of starch granules.
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Starch is a polymer made by plants to store energy. well , plants need energy to grow. this energy they use is from the sun tomake glucose.well cheaa basically.
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Starch is the storage form of sugar in plants. Plants are the only organisms that can capture energy from the sun and convert it to organic compounds - the energy is in the bonds.
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In green plants food is only supplied
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The reason plants manufacture starch is that it serves as food for the development of seedlings/new shoots until they can manufacture their own food materials.
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