Potatoes, okra, wheat has some Potatoes, okra, wheat has
Plants store it as startch (amylopectin and amylose), depends what is meant by extra?
Starch is a storage polysaccharide. it is found in plants in the form of amylose and in the form of amylopectin.
yes,corn startch is a compound
yes potato has startch in it, like sugar in candy HAHA! :)
the startch component from plants is broken down to maltose and then maltose digested to glucose, the sugar found in your blood.
in the form of startch
Starch is an organic compound
mouth with amylase in the saliva
never. only protein and fats
The molecular formula for Starch is C6H10O5.
They are in the startch and sugar section......................
Startch helps it grow bigger.
They are both carbohydrates.
startch is broken down by enzymes
Yes too much starch is bad for you
Glycogen, which is a polysaccharide of glucose. Cellulose and startch are also polysaccharides.
Glucose and starch are carbohydrates.
Glycogen, which is a polysaccharide of glucose. Cellulose and startch are also polysaccharides. -wj
corn startch works better but it also depends on what you are cooking
The starch obtained form the endosperm of corn kernel is known as corn starch.
veg. that are not startch would include but are not limitated to ; green beans,peas,lettuce,
Corn syrup It is made from corn, just not from corn starch.
The mouth (saliva), and the pancreas.
C6H11O5 - (C6H11O5)x - C6H11O6 where x is a very high number.
5 monomers sucrose, lactose, maltose, trehalose, cellobios.