Im pretty sure plants get energy from the mytochondria, plant
cells from photosythises.
How do cells make energy How do cells make energy How do cells make energy
Cells get their source of energy from the sun.
yes all cells need energy animal cells use energy from food and plant cells need energy from the sun
Yes cells do need energy.
Cells store energy in bonds.
solar cells change radiation energy energy into electrical energy solar cells change radiation energy energy into electrical energy solar cells change radiation energy energy into electrical energy
ATP this is the cells energy
The Cells in your body get energy from cellular respiration
Cells get their energy from mitochondria inside the cell.
prokaryotic cells can obtain energy from where?
Cells use chemical energy.
PV cells convert light energy into electrical energy.
no autotropic cells transform light energy into chemical energy. Heterotropic cells get energy from organic compounds. K-Dover
Organisms save their energy in there cells. these organisms are in energy pyramids which makes them have 10% of energy in their cells.
Animal cells do not derive their energy from chlorophyll. Plus, animals cells do not have chlorophyll. Animals get their energy from stored ATP in the mitochondria their cells.
You don't harvest energy from cells, they use the glucose (sugar) to make the energy in the mitochondria and produce the energy. That process would be digestion.
Cells need energy and oxygen to be able to carry out their jobs...they get their energy from the oxygen in the blood!
Green plant cells change light energy into chemical energy.
All of your cells require energy. Without energy you wouldn't be alive.
How cells get energy The answer is very simple. God made it
Animal cells get their energy from other animals and plants.
Cells use food to store in energy
Plant cells store their energy as starch.
These are the cells which convert chemical energy into electerical energy
Cells store energy in the form of carbohydrates.