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Plants do not break down cellulose for energy, although it does store energy. Plants store their energy in the form of starch, which is broken down into glucose for the plant to use for energy. Most plants do not survive once the starch is utilized (but they do not breakdown cellulose). Because cellulose molecules bond strongly to each other, breakdown of ...


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