used for energy and build and repair cells
which is the main source of energy in our food
Proteins are used to build and repair body cells. That's why if you work out and are sore, if you eat protein you heal faster. It also helps you from getting sore in the first place.
Everywhere. Muscle Tissue, Fat Cells, and are used to build up our bodies
Tissues are made up of different types of cells working together to perform a body function.
Nothing can really repair cells. You can replace damaged cells by eating a balance diet and getting a lot of rest. Your body does respond to damage caused by various problems in this way.
i though it was glucose, which can then either be stored in the body in fat cells or used in normal cells through the process of respiration to release energy
Oxygen is used by the cells for aerobic respiration -- the oxidation of carbohydrates to provide energy for the cells. The process provides the energy to move muscles, and to build tissues, and to keep the body warm.
carbohydrates=energy. lipids=protection and temperature regulation. proteins=build and repair cells.
The nutrients that you eat from your food are used to repair any broken body cells and the tissues in your body.
um, is this even a question? well, to answer it, body cells are used to make up your body tissue that makes up your organs.
Since cells die, new cells must be created. Mitosis is used to create new body cells (somatic).
Old cells and/or stem cells.
This function is attributed to the Golgi Complex, also known as the Golgi Body.
What allows blood to transport oxygen? red blood cells, and hemoglobin attach to oxygen so it can be used by cells. The body needs plenty of iron in diet to build red blood cells and hemoglobin.
The circulatory system is used to transport blood throughout the body. More specifically, blood contains several specific types of cells: platelets, red blood cells, white blood cells, and nutrients. Platelets block up external wounds to prevent bleeding. Red blood cells transfer nutrients throughout the body, and white blood cells protect the body from external germs, such as disease.