What are the differences in the structure of starch and cellulose macromolecules? What are the similarities in the structure of their macromolecules?
Differences in the structure of starch and cellulose macromolecules: cellulose macromolecules have a mostly linear structure.
Similarity in structure: built from a large number of glucose residues, but in different cyclic forms.
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