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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
Glycolysis and Fermentation both produce ATP in the absence of oxygen. These are both part of Anaerobic Respiration.
This is the equation for respiration: glucose + oxygen -> water + carbon dioxide + ENERGY Glucose and oxygen are used to make water, carbon dioxide and energy. So I suppose it could be said that oxygen and glucose are removed
oxygen + glucose = engergy + CO2 + H2O
respiration glucose + oxygen - - -> CO2 + H20
Answer this question… C. The cellular process that releases energy by breaking down glucose when oxygen is not available
Cellular respiration is the process that releases energy by breaking down glucose and other food molecules in the presence of oxygen.cellular respiration- process that release energy by breaking down glucose and food molecule in the presence of oxygen.
A plant makes glucose and oxygen out of CO2, hydrogen, sunlight, and chlorophyll. It releases oxygen and "eats' the glucose for energy.
Photosynthesis consumes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and releases oxygen.
By respiration: glucose + oxygen gives carbon dioxide + water. This process releases energy. Photosynthesis is the exact reverse and absorbs energy.