This is a very general question, but I'll give it an attempt. Glucose is oxidized via glycolysis to produce reduced coenzymes (2 NADH) and ATP. The product of glycolysis (pyruvate) then enters the citric acid cycle and is further oxidized to produce more reduced coenzymes (3 NADH and 1FADH2) and GTP (a high energy phosphate equivalent to ATP). The reduced coenzymes (NADH, FADH2) enter the electron transport chain and then are oxidized to release electrons. The electrons traverse the electron transport chain via several electron transport molecules and ultimately reduce oxygen to form metabolic water.
It release energy. It releases using Glucose (C6H12O6) and Oxygen (O2).Mitochondria release energy in glucose. Then it stores this energy in ATP
The process in which cells use oxygen to release energy stored in glucose is cellular respiration. ------------------------------------------------- Metabolism, specifically catabolism.
yes if glucose is present with oxygen it (glucose) will be broken down to release large amounts of energy. if glucose is present but oxygen is not, then it (glucose) will only be partially broken down therefore energy will be released but only in small amounts.
all of your cell need oxygen , so they can release energy from glucose by respiration
Oxygen is to be used in the release of energy from glucose during respiration.
water + light energy = oxygen and glucose oxygen + glucose = carbon dioxide + water (+ energy)
A cell releases energy when glucose(food) and oxygen come together, then they produce water, Carbon Dioxide, and energy. a simpler form of this is the equation oxygen+glucose=water+carbon dioxide+energy
The chemical change of glucose and oxygen into energy is called fermentation.
The products are glucose and oxygen. The product for the plant is energy.
Photosynthesis is the chemical change of the suns energy into glucose and oxygen.
As overall it does not. Only glucose and oxygen is released.
Cellular respiration releases energy by breaking down glucose in the presence of oxygen.
carbon dioxide + water + light energy = glucose + oxygen. Photosynthesis is the process that plants use to combine light, water, and carbon dioxide to make glucose for energy and release oxygen.
The seed will need to respire aerobically (glucose + oxygen= energy + CO2 + Water) in order to release the energy needed to grow.