Starch, glycogen and cellulose are all example of..
Where is starch found and as what?
Why is starch important?
What is starch made up of?
How are these joined?
How is starch adapted for being inside the cell?
Some facts of starch include..
Why is starch being broken down into alpha glucose an advantage?
Name a polysaccharide that is always found in animal cells?
Glycogen is similar in structure to starch but..
Where is glycogen stored in and how is it stored in animals?
Due to glycogen having shorter chains than starch, it means..
What monomer is cellulose made out of?
Where is cellulose found?
What is unique to cellulose?
How would you describe cellulose's chain?
What type of bonds are in cellulose and how?
What does the cellulose cell wall prevent within the cell?
What does the cellulose cell wall cause the plant cells to be?