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The following are structural carbohydrate molecules A Starch and glycogen B Starch and cellulose C Glycogen and cellulose D Cellulose and chitin

The following are structural carbohydrate molecules

A

Starch and glycogen

B

Starch and cellulose

C

Glycogen and cellulose

D

Cellulose and chitin

 

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2 Answers

Dr Arshad Attari
13 Points
10 months ago
Ans :- D
 
Cellulose is homopolysaccharides of Glucose and it is present in the form of Fibrils in Cell wall. Cellulose is basic strural components of cell wall. Chitin is also polysaccharide. Chitin formed cell wall of Fungi.
 
 
ankit singh
askIITians Faculty 614 Points
10 months ago

Starch and glycogen are the storage carbohydrates in the plants and animals respectively. On the other hand, cellulose and chitin are found in the cell wall of the plants and fungi. Since these provide structural support to the cells, therefore they are known as structural carbohydrates.

So, the correct option is 'Cellulose and chitin'.

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