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ADP is adenosine di phosphate
ATP is adenosine triphosphate.
So it's C
oh okay thanks and What type of molecule do plant cells use for long-term energy storage?
Would that be A?
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I think that would be starch. in the case of long term storage I think it is starch . !!!!
Okay I have a paragraph that suits that answer.I think it s C now
Unfortunately, ATP is best suited for short-term energy storage because it is too unstable for long-term storage. When cells need to store chemical energy in a more stable form, they use the energy from ATP to build more stable molecules.
If plants have excess energy that needs to be stored for later use, they will then use the energy of the ATP molecules to build sugar and starch molecules. These sugar and starch macromolecules are very stable and can be stored for a long time.