carbohydrate found in potato tubers is starch.
glucose or anyother carbohydrate
The large molecule found in potatoes is starch.
A carbohydrate is used to help mark cells. This carbohydrate sequence is unique for those cells.
Yes, potato cells do have catalase.
no. a large potato justhas a larger amount of cells.
Yes. A potato plant is like any other flowering plant with many specialised cells. One cell organell (intra cellular body) which makes plant cells different from animal cells is the presence of chloroplasts the part of the cell which traps light and uses the energy to produce carbohydrates. In potato plants, the carbohydrate starch is stored in the tubers which we eat.
Carbon-di-oxide is broken down in cells to form carbohydrates.
No, Onion cells does not contain chloroplast
An example of this form of molecule is the monosaccharide glucose, which like all hexose monosaccharides has the formula C6H12O6. It is stored in plant cells as the polysaccharide starch, whereas in animal cells it is stored as glycogen.