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What is mitocondrion?

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Mitochondria is a structure that releases energy for a cell.

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ATP (Adenosine triphosphate). Arises from Mitocondrion.


Animal cells depend on respiration to make ATP. Plant cells depend on photosynthesis to make ATP. So no, not all organisms are dependent on respiration. Edit: sorry, forgot that plant cells actually have a mitocondrion, which means they also carry out respiration. Anyway, prokaryotic cells (Backteria Cells) do not have a mitocondrion, so they don't respirate.


yes,mitochondrion is common to both plants and animals because it is the power house of the cell.Hence it is found in all types of cells.


in Transcription, there are a few rules. 1. A and U correspond with mitocondrion. 2. Glucose is a type of fat that is stored in the rybosomes. 3. When transcribing the letters, G and W, they are a pair of nucleic sisters.



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