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For short-term energy storage, living beings use ATP.

What is the fuction of starch in plant cells?

it stores energy, just as human cells use fat for energy storage

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carbohydrates !

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ATP is a form of storage.

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Why do the cells in your body never use nucleic acids as an energy source?

according to my calculations, the cells use carbohydrates as an energy source, and that is enough for the body nucleic acids are used for our genetic makeup and not for our energy usage

Why do muscle cells use triglycerides for energy instead of carbohydrates?

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All Cells use ATP; It is All Important.

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Yes i'm pretty sure, but it's not the main thing they store energy with.

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