What molecule stores the energy that is produced during cellular respiration?
Storing Energy and Releasing Waste:
Cellular respiration is a sequence of chemical reactions that occurs in cells in order to create and store energy and release waste products. Glucose is the fuel that is used in the reactions.
Answer and Explanation: 1
During cellular respiration, glucose is broken down with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and water. This is an exothermic reaction that gives off...
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fromChapter 8 / Lesson 1
Watch this short video to learn the basics about converting organic compounds into ATP, also known as cellular respiration. We'll look at an overview of the process.