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Does starch grow in the dark?

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What will happen if a plant is kept in the dark?

It will become pale, and grow tall and spindly. This is known as etiolation. It will use up its stores of starch.


What bonds with starch to form a dark color?

You are thinking of iodine. It is a way to test for starch.


What makes iodine turn purple?

when iodine is added to a substance it turns dark blue when starch is present, and remains brown when starch is not present. This is basically because iodine forms a polypeptide complex with starch, resulting in the dark blue solution.


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In Iodine Test the color that will confirm the presence of starch is black,dark brown or very dark purple


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What color does the indicator turn when starch is present?

Iodine is used to indicate whether starch is present in a solution. If starch IS present, the indicator will turn dark blue/black. Iodine is used to indicate whether starch is present in a solution. If starch IS present, the indicator will turn dark blue/black. FOR WHAT PURPOSE WE USE STARCH-IODINE INDICATOR PAPER


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What will happen to the number of starch grains in the cell if euglena is kept in the dark?

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Can bamboo's grow in the dark?

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What is a positive test result for starch?

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Which part of a grain of wheat contains the starch and protein?

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Turns color in the presence of starch?

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