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Floridean starch has structure similar to:

(1) Starch and cellulose

(2) Amylopectin and glycogen

(3) Mannitol and algin

(4) Laminarin and cellulose
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Ans: (2) Amylopectin and glycogen

Explanation: Floridean starch is a storage glucan, which is found in Red algae or Rhodophyceae snd its structure is similar to Amylopectin and glycogen.

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