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The part of cellular respiration in which glucose is broken down is called the glycolysis. The chemical energy to produce ATP come from the breakdown of carbon based molecules into the smaller molecules.
glucose and other food molecules
Cellular respiration breaks up sugars into a form that the cell can use as energy. The equation for cellular respiration is C6H12O6 + O2 --> CO2 + H2O + Energy (as ATP) or Glucose + Oxygen --> Carbon dioxide + Water + Energy (as ATP).
I'm pretty sure the answer is 285Kcal. 686Kcal is the possible energy yield of a glucose molecule. 263Kcal is the energy available to a cell as a result of cellular respiration usually (36 ATP molecules); cellular respiration is about 39% efficient.
The first step of the process is the digestion.
Cellular respiration occurs when cells oxidize food molecules into carbon dioxide and water. Cellular respiration is the process that cells use to get their energy.
The result of cellular respiration is the gain of energy in the form of ATP molecules.
The ultimate function of cellular respiration is to create ATP molecules which can be broken to produce energy for cellular activities.
Cellular respiration release chemical energy from sugars and other carbon-based molecules to make ATP when oxygen is present. Cellular respiration is an aerobic process, meaning that it needs oxygen to take place.
No, that is Photosynthesis. Cellular respiration is when organisms obtain energy from organic molecules and energy is released and carbon dioxide produced.
To break down Glucose molecules into ATP which can then used for energy.