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A plant has to produce carbohydrates because

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carbohydrates are needed to move ATP from cell to cell. carbohydrates are needed for building material. carbohydrates store the genetic material within the cells. carbohydrates store energy for a long time
B
could you explain why please?

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because plant cell walls are made of cellulose (which are carbohydrates)
carbohydrates are needed to move ATP from cell to cell. - not transport molecules carbohydrates store the genetic material within the cells. - this is DNA carbohydrates store energy for a long time. - Carbohydrates are turned into starch in plants (glycogen in animals) for long term storage
ok so which one can scratch out
all of them, except B, carbohydrates are used for building blocks since the plant has no other way of acquiring carbohydrates
it must produce them
Sorry @matt101 but @aaronq got the meadal because she/he explain it way better

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