Carbohydrates are transported throughout the body in the form of glucose. Glucose is carried in the blood by two main methods:
These two methods of glucose transportation are essential for the body to maintain its proper functioning as glucose is the primary source of energy for all cells in the body.
The part of the vein that transports sugar is the phloem. Form the Doctor.
Transportation is a mass noun. It has no plural form.
It provides the roots with carbohydrates. (APEX)
cabohydrates suitable as food for man
Runner took most of cabohydrates, fats, protein diets
Carbohydrates contain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
Yes! It transports water and nutrient's up from its roots. ;)
The transport system of leaves is made up of two types of tissues: Xylem and Phloem. Xylem transports water while phloem transports food in the form of sap.