How do plants store carbon dioxide?

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From monosachcharides to polysachcharides.


The plants synthesize energy rich glucose by the process of photosynthesis. Glucose is synthesized by water and carbon dioxide by utilizing the solar energy.
The remaining simple carbohydrate after utilizing in respiration by the plant itself is stored in the polysachcharide i.e. energy starch. This starch is source of energy for other heterotrophs. Thank You