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 Why does a plant need to make glucose?

Answer glucose is the primary source of energy. ATP's cannot store a lot of energy so the plats use glucose (C6H12O6) to store their energy.
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Why does a plant need to produce glucose?

Does the liver store glucose and the pancreas secrete glucose?

Liver convert glucose into glycogen and store the same in its cells (Glycogenesis). In the case of hypoglycemia, glucagon secreted by alpha cells of the pancreas converts glycogen into glucose and ... Read More »
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What Three Things Does a Plant Need to Make Food?

Green plants contain a pigment in their leaves called chlorophyll. If they did not have this pigment, they would not be able to make food. Plants use chlorophyll as a basic building block, with oth... Read More »
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What do we need glucose for?

Glucose is a substance found in carbohydrates, such as sugars and starches. When taken into the body, it provides our cells with the energy needed for their everyday maintenance and function.Blood ... Read More »
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