Cells use carbohydrates as a source of energy and for energy storage.
Many plant and some animal cells use oil for energy storage .
For short-term energy storage, living beings use ATP.
it stores energy, just as human cells use fat for energy storage
Both animal and plant cells use ATP as their main source of energy; ATP is generated by cellular respiration.
Cells use ATP as their main energy source.
ATP is a form of storage.
according to my calculations, the cells use carbohydrates as an energy source, and that is enough for the body nucleic acids are used for our genetic makeup and not for our energy usage
Muscle cells use triglycerides for energy instead of carbohydrates because triglycerides make energy for storage, insulation, and organ protection
Cells use lipid molecules for energy storage as well as insulation and structuring. These molecules are mostly known in the vernacular as fats although they do encompass more than just traditional fat molecules.
The chief energy currency all cells use is a molecule called ATP. ATP is the main energy source that cells use for most of their work adenosine.
Plant cells contain mitochondria which they use a source of energy.
Glucose is the primary energy source for the cells of the body, and the only source of energy that neurons can use.
Cells are like cars in many ways. Cars use a source of energy known as gas, and cells use Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) as a source of energy. Also,cells release wastes like a car does.
All Cells use ATP; It is All Important.
No. They use ATP as an energy source (ADP is left over after the energy is used). There is no storage there. Animals use fat to store energy, plants use starch.
Yes i'm pretty sure, but it's not the main thing they store energy with.
they can use energy from gasses which makes it carbohydrates