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What structures are used by plants to store pigments starch proteins and oils?


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2017-12-11 01:35:15
2017-12-11 01:35:15

plastids

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The plastid is found in the cytoplasm, which is outside the nucleus. It is a specialized structure where starch, oils, proteins or pigments are stored.

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well, starch is found in the green pigments in the leave.

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Structures in a plant cell that store starch grains. Often found in potato plants.

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carbohydrates are the starch in plants

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Plants produce their own food from the sunlight and water , and store in the form of starch, fat and proteins in the storage tissues.


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