STORAGE PROTEINS: store amino acids for later us-The storage proteins’ function and location +Storage proteins are considered biological reserves of metalions and amino acids, often used by organisms. Ex: In the egg white, Ovalbumin is the majority protein and is considered a protein reserve used for development in later stages.+Storage protein mainly accumulates in the storage protein vacuoles of embryonic and endosperm terminally differentiated cells, and directly accumulates in the endoplasmic reticulum. Example: Storage protein is found in plant seeds, egg whites and milk.Here is a drawing of plant pathways (include Protein storage)
-Other storage proteins or structures it interacts with+Nutrition storage protein has been identified in many plants, such as soybean, potato, white clover, etc. These proteins are stored in various nutrient storage organs at a higher
concentration and act as a storage for amino acids, making the interaction of amino acids in a number of plants.