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marie123

  • 2 years ago

which molecules store energy for organisms

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  1. Sehhykota
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    proteins do

  2. blues
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    That is an interesting answer. The energy stored in chemical bonds in proteins is not typically used as an energy reservoir. But because proteins are involved in creation of all energy storing molecules - glycogen, starch, lipids, etc. - I suppose the answer stands. Unconventional as it may be. :)

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