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Sugar molecules can combine with one another to form large molecules called? A. proteins B. starches C. enzymes D. lipids
Sugar molecules can combine with one another to from large molecules called starches
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User: Sugar molecules can combine with one another to form large molecules called? A. proteins B. starches C. enzymes D. lipids

Weegy: Sugar molecules can combine with one another to from large molecules called starches
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User: What organelles store food and other materials needed by the cell?

Weegy: Vacuoles is the organelles store food and other materials needed by the cell. Thank you for using weegy.com
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