Does mitochondria use light?
No mitochondria do not use light.Chloroplast use the sunlight.
Mitochondria do not use light.Mitochondria use chemical energy.
No it is not mitochondria. It is the chloroplast
No, mitochondria are not photoreactive. It is the chlorophyll in chloroplasts that allows them to use light energy. Mitochondria do not have anything in them to do this. Instead, they make energy by breaking apart glucose. They use light energy indirectly.They use glucose as the fuel. Glucose contain energy from sun light
No,chloroplasts do that. Mitochondria carry out aerobic respiration
The mitochondria and chloroplasts. The mitochondria makes ATP that is then used in cell processes and chloroplasts use light energy to make carbohydrates that can be used for energy by the cell
The mitochondria is on eukaryotic cells
What do mitochondria use to produce energy for a cell
Mitochondria is where cellular respiration takes place and where most energy in the form of ATP is generated. Chloroplasts convert sunlight energy into chemical energy stored in sugar molecules. Mitochondria uses chemical energy; chloroplasts use light energy.
It is the Mitochondria
light, air, water
Mitochondria are vital organells.Mitochondria generate energy for cell.
They contain mitochondria which stores light energy as food, also through the use of chlorophyll (a green pigment).
Mitochondria can only be seen under an electron microscope
Mitochondria is where cellular respiration takes place and where most http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Compare_the_functions_of_mitochondria_and_chloroplasts# in the form of ATP is generated. Chloroplasts convert sunlight energy into chemical energy stored in sugar molecules. Mitochondria uses chemical energy; chloroplasts use light energy.
It depends on the type of cell. It also depends on the type of energy. In animals, Mitochondria convert oxygen to food. Plants also use mitochondria, but they also have chloroplasts which use light energy and turn it into sugars, which plants use as food, energy, and growth material! Animals use it as just energy.
The term "light reaction" does not really apply when speaking of mitochondria. Mitochondria are like furnaces. You put the wood in, light it, and it gives off heat. You put glucose into the mitochondria and the membranes facilitate the breakdown of that glucose to release the energy that was trapped in the carbon bonds. That energy is now stored as ATP. Mitochondria do not store energy, just as a furnace doesn't store heat. They process… Read More
Chloroplast convert light energy. Mitochondria convert chemical energy itself
Mitochondria use the sugar glucose to change ADP into ATP. ATP is what produces energy the cell needs.
Mitochondria use glucose to make energy.Energy is stored in ATP.
Mitochondria use glucose as fuel.So food we eat converted to glucose.
Mitochondria use glucose as fuel.Glucose are produced in chloroplast.
Chloroplasts and Mitochondria are evolutionary the oldest parts of a cell.
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ATP production by the mitochondria is done by the process of respiration, if that is what you are referring to. This is the use of oxygen in a process which will generate energy.
Mitochondria use oxygen or O2 and glucose or C6H1206 for energy in a process called cellular respiration.
Does the light Dependant reactions of photosynthesis take place in the membranes of the thylakoid discs in mitochondria?
No,never in mitochondria. It takes place in chloroplasts
Even though plants carry on photosynthesis plant cells still use their mitochondria for oxidation of pyruvate When and where will this occur?
in all cells in both the dark and the light
Yes. All living things have a mitochondria, which means that they all use ATP's and cellular respiration. Mushrooms do have mitochondria but that is not true of all living things, bacteria do not have mitochondria.
Plant cells contain mitochondria which they use a source of energy.
a cell gets energy from the mitochondria when it use the glucose and the mitochondria changes it into energy
animals use mitochondria to help create energy
Chloroplast produce glucose using dun light energy. Mitochondria release this energy through respiration.
No it cannot absorb. Chloroplasts can absorb light
Since the mitochondria produces energy and the muscle cells are part of the mitochondria, they use the energy so they can move the joints.
Aerobic respiration is taking place in mitochondria. They are the power houses of cell
Muscle cells have more mitochondria over other tissues. The more strenous and frequent the use the more mitochondria a cell will have.
Mitochondria make energy. They can be compared to the furnace or perhaps to the incoming wires that can be attached to lamps for light or to the stove for cooking.
Mitochondria is important to all cells. It produces energy for the cell. It's like a battery in a flashlight. If you did not have the battery,no light.
Almost all plants have mitochondria. Plants use these mitochondria to release the energy from the glucose that is stored inside them (The glucose is obtained via Photosynthesis).
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Mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell, it's where ATP is synthesized. Adenosine TriPhosphate (ATP) is cellular money...
yes and so can the mitochondria
They produce chemical energy.Sun light energy is in them.
I think it would be the mitochondria.