Leucosin is a carbohydrate that is stored as reserve food in case of a) diatom. b) euglena. c)...

Question:

Leucosin is a carbohydrate that is stored as reserve food in case of

a) diatom.

b) euglena.

c) dinoflagellates.

d) paramecium.

Leucosin:

"Leucosin" is part of carbohydrate which stores the food in yellow green algae.This yellow green algae is of Chrysophyceae class. An albumin found in some cereal grains such as wheat.

Answer and Explanation:

Become a Study.com member to unlock this answer!

View this answer

See full answer below.


Learn more about this topic:

Loading...
Importance of Carbohydrates in the Cell Membrane

from

Chapter 7 / Lesson 34
55K

Learn about the different types of carbohydrates in cell membranes. Understand the importance and function of carbohydrates in cells and cell membranes.


Related to this Question

Explore our homework questions and answers library