About 150 grams is stored in liver and about 150 grams is stored in muscles.
Glycogen. Plants store energy in starch.... Mammals store their excess energy in glycogen.
1 to 2and half hours
yes. body can store fat in unlimited amounts. a pound of fat is 3500 calories, and a person's body can easily carry 30-50 pds of fat w/o appearing fat at all.
The average person holds about 10 pints of blood.
Most animals store glucose as glycogen in liver and muscles .
The prices vary from store to store but the average price for a pound is $1.50.
It varies from state to state, store to store, but average is $900
varies on the store you get them at.
All together the avg. human can store approx. 500-600g of glycogen. Skeletal muscle holds twice that of the liver,, so approx. 200g for the liver and 400g for the muscle. In endurance type sports like cycling at 70%vo2max this equates to about 2 - 2.5hrs of exercise before glycogen depletion but this varies from individual to individual based on how well trained the athlete and the training protocols used. It is interesting to note that the body places a pref on liver glycogen over muscle glycogen during prolonged exercise and that fasted exercising increases overall glycogen storage capacity. whether in the muscle alone or liver or both is uncertain.
an average person recycles around 100 times a year
I think the extent of education that an average person have is junior middleschool