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glucose is created during photosynthesis in plants.

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Glucose is created which is a mono saccharide. Glucose is stored as starch


plants and fruits have lots of glucose because when photosynthesis occurs glucose is created.


No, the energy FROM glucose is released there. Glucose is sugar, just a fancy name.


Glucose is the type of sugar that is created from a plant's photosynthesis.


Glucose is the type of sugar that is created from a plant's photosynthesis.


Glucose is a form of sugar created through Hexanal. It is synthesized in animals in the liver and kidneys. In plants it is created through photosynthesis.


Glucose is a form of sugar, created during photosynthesis, and Its chemical makeup C6H12O6.


All plants create glucose as a byproduct of their cellular respiration.


aerobic respiration is created by oxygen and glucose



Carbon and hydrogen can be combined to create glucose. Glucose is found naturally in plants, and created in the human body.


NO! Glucose is created in photosynthesis, not broken down. During cellular respiration glucose is broken down, releasing energy from it.


glucose is created so it can later break down to create energy.


The sugar created by photosynthesis is called glucose.




Glucose is not on the periodic table. However, it is created of elements from the periodic table. Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.


Glucagon is a hormone created by the pancreas that signals the liver to release glucose when the blood sugar level is dangerously low by converting glycogen (glucose converted for long term "storage") into glucose in the process known as glycogenolysis. Insulin is the hormone created by the pancreas that tells the liver to convert excess glucose into glycogen when the blood sugar level is high in the process known as glycogenesis.


during synthesis, ATP, excess get's stored as glucose. glucose store as starch


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Photosynthesis produces glucose. Glucose is a complex sugar. It is moved from the chloroplasts to the mitochondria. Then ATP is created and used as energy in the cell.


During photosynthesis, the sun's energy powers the chloroplast. Then carbon dioxide and water are broken down and rearranged into glucose.



Glucose is the main product. Oxygen is the bi product



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