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LOL!! My username is sugarplum, lol.
LOL u r funny xD
so what do you think?
omg i read your profile image O.O
And sadly you got ti wrong :(. it's starch. PM me. lol
i wish i never knew how to read T_T
oh yea. i knew it was starch . T_T i was .. errr... testing your great minds O.O
i thought it was chlorophyll.
Mhmm suuuuuuuuuure. lol
Plastids are cell organelles involved either in manufacturing glucose or storing glucose as starch. The whole storage class of plastids are leucoplasts, but amyloplasts are specifically where glucose is polymerizedinto starch & the starch granules are stored. These organelles can be found in root cells, & other underground storage structures like a tuber or a bulb's cells. Seeds have amyloplasts for starch synthesis as do the pericarp cells of a fleshy fruit such as an apple or plum
Glucose is stored in plants as starch. glucose IS sugar. Sugar stored as sugar might be the answer, but... either is correct, depending on the plant.