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What is the difference between amylose and amylopectin?

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Amylopectin is easer for enzymes to get around and break it down. Amylose is a long unbranced chain of glucose, it has a cylinder like structure wich makes it compact so its good for storage. Amylopectin is a long branched chain of glucose, its
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