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

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Is plastid found in the nucleus?

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What is converted to starch by plants?

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A plant organelle that may store starch or pigments?

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Is starch an enzyme?

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What do plants store food as?

sugar The plant store food in the form of non-soluble sugar (starch), proteins and fats.


Are large starches proteins?

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How is starch stored in plants?

Plant starch begins as glucose. Starch in plants is stored in the leaves in the chloroplasts. Not all plants store food in the form of starch.


What are the general characteristics of plants?

The general characteristics of plants are that a plant is a multicellular, eukaryotic organism with cellulose-rich cell walls and chloroplasts that has starch as the primary carbohydrate food reserve. Plants are primarily terrestrial, autotrophic (capable of making their own food) organisms. Most plants contain chlorophylls a and b and xanthophylls (yellow pigments) as well as carotenes (orange pigments).


Is starch made up of simple proteins?

No; starch is made of carbohydrates.


Which plants store starch?

All green plants store starch


Why do plants need the photosynthesis?

Plants need photosynthesis for energy. They cannot directly live on the energy from the sun. It is absorbed by specific pigments in the chloroplasts (found in green plant parts) and via photosynthesis stored as starch. This starch is later used as an energy reserve. Hence the food chain starts.


What polysacccharide do plants store in plastids?

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What is the structure of amyloplast?

Amyloplasts have no pigment and are organelles found in some plant cells. Amyloplasts are structures that store starch for certain plants.


Is amyloplast where the proteins and starches and oil for the cell stored?

Amyloplasts are used for the synthesis and storage of starch. Proteins are usually stored in the Golgi Apparatus. As for the plants oils, that is different depending on the plant.


What are the smaller parts that make up proteins starch and DNA?

The single units of polymers such as proteins, starch and DNA are called monomers.


Does starch contain protein?

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What does iodine contain- starch or vitamins or carbohydrates or fats or proteins?

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What is the name given to areas in plant cells that store starch and pigment molecules?

The areas in plants that store starch and pigment molecules are organelles. The main organelles are plastids. Chloroplasts are photosynthesizing plastids. Chromoplasts are plastids that store pigments, though some pigments, such as pink, purple and anthocyanins are usually stored in the vacuole of cells. Amyoplasts are plastids that store starches.


Do starches use proteins?

Starch is found in plants as a energy store. They make simple sugars such as glucose when there is need of energy. Starch uses the protein beta amylase to be degraded in to simple sugar molecules.


How can we create starch?

Humans can not create starch. Starch is created by plants.