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Difference between Amylose Amylopectin Glycogen?

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The difference between amylase and amylpectin is that amylose is an alpha glucose sugar bonded by 1-4 gylcosidic bonds while mylopectin is alpha glucose sugars bonded by1-4 glycosidic bonds with 1-6 branches. Glycogen stores energy compound.
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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
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The difference between the three starches has to do with the branching. Amylose does not contain any branching and has an alpha 1,4 bond that promotes the formation of a AmyBecause
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Amylose is a linear polymer of glucose linked with mainly α(1→4) bonds. It can be made of several thousand glucose units. It is one of the two components of starch, the
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They are quite similar, but amylopectin is the energy storage only in plants and glycogen is only in animals. Structually they are the same; they both contain alpha-1,4 and alpha-
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There are two different types of molecules that make up starches. These are amylose and amylopectin. Both of these molecules are made up of glucose molecules. ...
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