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glucose I beleive is used for energy in an organism

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An organism capable of photosynthesis


Glucose is a simple monosaccharide meaning that if it is present, then glucose is used up first for energy. It is all that an organism needs for glycolysis which is the beginning of cellular respiration.


Glucose, which is then turned into ATP. ATP is then used in cells as a source of energy.


In organism, e.g. in human, glucose is a source of energy. It is decomposed to CO2 and H2O. Energy of electrons gained from decomposition of the glucose are used for synthesis of ATP which is the basic and universal energy "currency" in body.


The biomolecule responsible for quick energy in an organism is glucose. Glucose can be derived from a number of food types, chiefly carbohydrates.


All plants create glucose as a byproduct of their cellular respiration.


Sugar is basically glucose. In cellular respiration, Glucose, Water and oxygen are needed. Cellular respiration makes energy for cells, and entirely, an organism.


Glucose is the most common monosaccharide found.Glucose is the most common monosaccharide found in living organism.



Organisms use glucose to produce ATP which is the primary energy source for the cells. Food taken in must be broken down to basic building block to be reformed into the requirements of the organism but to get energy it is glucose that is used. Glucose is the primary product of photosynthesis.


Yeast is a living organism and it eats sugar or "glucose".


yes glucose is used to make.


Almost all bio-chemical reactions taking place in the cells of the living organism are catalyzed by enzymes.For Example: The conversion of Glucose to Glucose-6-Phosphate (1st Reaction of Glycolysis) is catalyzed by the enzyme hexokinase or glucokinase.Glucose + ATP ---> Glucose-6-Phosphate + ADP


It depends if you're referring to alpha glucose or beta glucose. Alpha glucose is used for energy storage in plant cells, while beta glucose is used for structural support.


The primary source of glucose in the body comes from the carbohydrates that are eaten by the organism. Examples of carbohydrates are bread, pasta and rice.


because releasing all the energy in glucose would waste it and heat up the organism


Any molecule that is produced by a living organism is called a biomolecule. Glucose, which is a six carbon monosaccharide is an example of a biomolecule.


Inoculate two tubes of medium with the strain, then fill one tube with enough mineral oil to prevent oxygen from touching it. After incubating the tubes, if the top of the unsealed tube has grown, the organism oxidizes glucose.


Glucose is used as the substrate. Oxygen is used to oxidize glucose


Photosynthesis is used to produce glucose. Then cellular respiration is used to turn the glucose into ATP.


No. Glucose is better, but starch can be used. Glucose is used because it's easier. Starch can break down to glucose with the enzyme amylase, but usually glucose is used to save time.



it helps take in glucose in the small intestine.


Since you know what Glucose Oxidase is I'm assuming you know what enzymes are. If not, an enzyme is a protein that catalyzes chemical reactions. Glucose oxidase is the enzyme built specifically for Glucose. Glucose Oxidase binds to the six-carbon sugar Glucose and aids the organism in breaking it down into metabolites.


They use to make glucose. CO2 is reduced to glucose to make food.



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