Which provides long-term energy storage?
glycogen, because it is a polysaccharide
glucagon, because it is a complex protein
glucose, because it is a monosaccharide
cellulose, because it is a complex carbohydrate
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Lipids store energy.
And Carbohydrates are a good energy source.
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No it is not cellulose. Glycogen is basically animal fat, and is many glucose molecules bounded together in a certain way. It allows for the storage of more glucose than otherwise possible for a few reasons I won't deal with.
Gllucogon is used to cause the release of glucose into the blood stream. It is the drug given to people with dangerously low blood glucose levels.
Glucose is a sugar, a monosaccharide.
Cellulose is a complex of glucose that is one component that gives plants their structure.