storage polysaccharide

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Any polysaccharide that serves as a form of stored energy in living organisms. Storage polysaccharides include starch, phytoglycogen (e.g. in maize), and fructosans (e.g. inulin) in plants, and glycogen in animals.


Subjects: Chemistry.

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