Topic: Human Digestive System Subtopic: Absorption
What is glycogen and where is it stored?
Answer: Glycogen is a form of fat. When there is an excess amount of glucose in the blood, insulin convert glucose into glycogen. This glycogen is stored in the liver for later use.
- What are xylem and phloem?
- What is photosynthesis?
- What happens to excess amino acids in liver?
- What is job of phloem?
- What is job of plasma?
- What is carpel?