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What molecule stores the energy that is produced during cellular respiration?

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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.

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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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Cellular Respiration: Energy Transfer in Cells

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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.


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