Glycogen (picture will not upload)

Animals store excess sugar in the form of another glucose polysaccharide, called glycogen. Glycogen is more highly branched than starch. Most of our glycogen is stored as granules in our liver and muscle cells, which hydrolyze the glycogen to release glucose when it is needed. 

 

 

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