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14 April, 12:36

Glycogen is highly branched. What advantage, if any, does this provide to an animal as compared to purely linear glucose polymers? The branched glycogen is less soluble in water, and thus can be more easily stored for later use. The total number of glucose monomers that can be stored is greater in gycogen than in linear amylose. The α (1→6) glycosidic linkages in glycogen are more readily hydrolyzed than the α (1→4) bonds in linear amylose. The number of available terminal glucose monomers is higher for glycogen, thus making glucose production more rapid. None of the Above

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