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Both ripe fruits and grains contain equally high concentrations of carbohydrates. However the their tastes are significatnly different with ripe fruit having a much sweeter taste than grains.

Based on this finding, speculate how carbohydrates are stored in each system, and explain why you believe this is so. Your answer can include how carbohydrates bind receptors, how carbohydrates are stored, and the different roles that polysacharides play in a cell.

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