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Starch is a polymer made by plants to store energy. You see, plants need energy
to grow and grow and grow. They use energy from sunlight to make a simple ...
Plants store starches in a variety of ways. Starch molecules are enormous when
compared to other simple molecules, often containing thousands of bonded ...
Mar 23, 2009 ... root, petals, stem or leaves? also, why do some plants store food as starch. Why
do some plants not store food as starch, suggest some ways ...
Starch grains are found in the chloroplasts of the higher plants and if leaves ...
Bulbs like garlic and onion store food in the form of sugar rather than starch.
Plants store starch in their leaves. Then at night, whenphotosynthesis doesn't
occur, the starch is hydrolyzed into sugar.Then the sugar is.
Animals (including humans) store some glucose in the cells so that it is available
for quick shots of energy. ... The storage form of glucose in plants is starch.
... to happen. Plants and algae store glucose as insoluble products. These
include: Starch; Fats and oils ... Plants also need nitrates to make proteins. These
Oct 21, 2014 ... Hi, Plants store their energy in the form of starch, which is a complex
carbohydrate that can be broken down into a simple carbohydrate ...
The water in the plant veins carries the sugars. When the sugars reach the
storage parts they are changed into starch. Plants can store the starch in these