Which of the following statements about polysaccharides are correct? choose all that apply. cellulose is a linear, unbranched polymer of glucose monomers. starch is typically more highly branched than glycogen. cellulose is a major component of both plant and animal cells. glycogen is a storage form of glucose in animal cells. glycogen is the most abundant organic compound on earth. starch and cellulose are found in plants.
Cellulose, a component of plant cell walls, is the most abundant organic compound found on earth.
A.- Cellulose. It is found in wood (and, by extension, paper), and is the most abundant organic compound on Earth according to the American Chemical Society.
Cellulose is the most abundant organic compound on earth.
You can tell without knowing because, of the three choices, it is the only one that is organic (neither NaCl nor H2O contain carbon).
Cellulose is made up of many glucose molecules all linked together!
I am almost positive it would be Carbohydrates because you used the specification organic compound.
Cellulose is the most abundant organic compound on Earth.
I hope this helps!