Glycogen is an organic compound.
Glygogen is made of glucose. So it is an organic compound.
glycogen is a carbohydrate
Glycogen is an organic compound that is classified as a carbohydrate. Some other compounds that are considered carbohydrates are starch and glucose.
Glycogen (also known as human starch) is a polysaccharide of Glucose so it is an organic compound.
In humans and animals, most glycogen is stored as granules. when the body needs energy, it breaks down the glycogen granules into energy.
it is organic
Any carbohydrate will answer the question. Examples include glucose, sucrose, glycogen, starch, etc. etc.
Do you mean how is an organic compound different from an inorganic compound? If so, an organic compound has carbon, an inorganic compound does not need to have carbon.
if a compound is organic then it must have carbon in it because carbon is organic, so if the compound does not have carbon than it is not organic
Carbohydrates are compounds that provide energy to plants and animals. Starches and glycogen belong to the carbohydrate compound. They are in the complex carbohydrates.
No; for a compound to be organic is has to contain carbon No; for a compound to be organic is has to contain carbon
no this is not an organic compound
An organic compound is a compound that includes carbon. KCl is not an organic compound, because it contains only potassium and chlorine.
It is a organic compound.It has fulfilled needs be a organic compound.
The compound is glucose. C6H12O6
it is organic
Yeast is an organic compound.
Yes it is organic compound
No, it is not an organic compound.
Yes, it is an organic compound.
Glucose is organic compound. Because it has carbon-hydrogen bonds as in organic compounds.
Why is it more difficult to test for the presence of chlorine in organic compounds than in inorganic compounds?
because chlorine is not organic compound it is an in organic compound and organic compound dissolves only in organic compound so therefore it is too difficult
If a compound is organic it has the element carbon in it, and if the compound does not have carbon it is inorganic.
Hydrazine is not an organic compound. It is N2H4, a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen, an organic substance must contain carbon
Oxygen is an element, not a compound (compound=2/more different elements) and it is not organic. organic=containing carbon
its an organic compound
No, an organic compound must have carbon.
Meat is an organic compound.
Cellulose is an organic compound
It is an organic compound.
Yes, C6H5COOH is an organic compound.
The compound is chloroethane and it is an organic compound.
It is from wood and it is an organic compound.
By DEFINITION, a compound is an "Organic Compound" if it contains Carbon. Therefore ALL Organic Compounds contain Carbon.
An organic compound is any compound whose molecules contain carbon.
an organic compound that is not soluble in water
ch4 is organic or inorganic compound?
Potassium is not an organic compound. It is an element.
copper is neither a compound nor organic.
This is an organic compound containing a radioactive isotope.
This compound (ethanol or dimethylether) is an organic compound.
Chlorophyll is an organic compound, because it is composed of carbons and that is the characterist of an organic compound. organic compounds contain carbon and inorganic compounds do not contain carbon.
Organic formula is a formula that shows an organic compound and its molecular arrangement.
NH4 is not a compound. It is an organic part of a compound which could be organic or inorganic.
CO2 can be considered an organic compound because plants breathe in CO2. Because this is a biological process the compound is considered to be organic.
CCl4 is organic compound; another name for this compound is Tetrachloromethane