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 Where is starch located in a carrot root?

Answer wouldn't it be in the green parts (leaves) cos that is where chlorophyly is and that what you need for a plant to photosynthesise and starch is present if the plant has photosynthesised.
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Where are seeds located on a carrot?

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Is a carrot a root?

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Ok....if i don't have corn starch, can I use potato starch instead as a thickener?

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