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3 cotton wrinkles because it is made up of chains of

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Unformatted text preview: y glucose monomers strung together. f. Cellulose- a polysaccharide that forms cable- like fibrils in the tough walls that enclose plant cells and is a major component of wood. g. Glycogen- a polysaccharide used by animals to store excess sugar. 3. Cotton wrinkles because it is made up of chains of cellulose held together by a hydrogen bond. During wearing these bonds are stretched and broken when you move about. Once the original bonds are broken new bonds form,...
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