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Nov 12, 2015 ... READ INFO. Animals store extra sugar as glycogen. animals don't tend to store a lot of energy in this way, but they do store extra excess ...

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Animals (including humans) store some glucose in the cells so that it is available for ... Excess glucose is stored in the liver as the large compound called glycogen . ... The leaves of a plant make sugar during the process of photosynthesis.

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Plants capture energy from sunlight by means of photosynthesis. Using the green pigment in their leaves called chlorophyll, which makes sugar. They store the ...

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... more food than they can immediately use. The excess food is stored as sugars and starches in various parts of the plants. These stores provide a source of energy not only for the plants, but also for the animals and humans that eat them. ... Sugar and starch are two types of carbohydrates. Plant food is made in the leaves, ...

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Plants, Cells, and Starch. All living organisms are formed from units called cells. All cells contain DNA to create other cells. The cells are semipermeable, which ...

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Jun 5, 2016 ... Plants store carbohydrates in the form of starch granules as primary metabolism that ... How do animals store excess carbohydrates? ... Plants generally store carbohydrates in the form of sugars and starches. Some of these ...

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Jun 12, 2016 ... Vertebrate animals store carbohydrates in the liver and the muscles, in the form of ... How do animals store excess carbohydrates? How does the process start? ... How is sugar stored in plants? Why cant animals store food as ...

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How many valence electrons does each carbon atom have? ... Single sugar molecules are also called . ... How do plants and animals store excess sugar?

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The carbohydrate group includes sugars, starches, and cellulose. ... When animals eat plants, energy stored in carbohydrates is released in the process of ...

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When plants break down starch molecules, the stored glucose becomes available. ... Instead, animals such as turkeys (and humans) store excess sugar in the ... Cellulose helps keep your digestive system healthy, but it does not serve as a ...