DNA and protein
Glucose is the only organic compound found in most cells. Organic means that the molecule contains carbon bonded to hydrogen.
The organic compound that is the main fuel supply for cellular work is sugar. The cells metabolize glucose to provide their energy.
The four classes of organic molecule are; carbohydrates, lipids, protien, and nucliec acid. in connection to this, cells need the organic molecule to perform their function. when it comes in polymers, the micro-molecule will subdivide their own way.
Cells need ATP to help them metabolize food
In the body, cells produce ATP for energy. Of course, energy has to be used to create the ATP, and glucose is commonly used for this purpose, especially in plants.
An Organic Molecule was made of common elements, like Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen. These molecules were washed into sea to form pools of Organic Matter. As timed passed these molecules formed long and complex molecule chains. Slowly these molecule made themselves more advanced in different functions of their body from reproduction. They kept reproducing mutating complex molecules until these molecules developed into the first cells. These cells developed into the first cells without nucleus. Cells without nucleus are now considered to be the first types of microorganisms. So people could say that a organic molecule is the the 'reign' of Microorganisms.
The cell wall of plant cells are comprised of the organic molecule cellulose, a polysaccharide.
Deoxyribonucleic acid is the molecule that controls the synthesis of protein in a cell. This molecule is more commonly known as DNA.
The organic molecule provides a ready source of chemical energy within all cells is the ATP or adenosine triphosphate. ATP is considered as the energy currency of life.Ê
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP)
Organic compounds are everything in living organisms. They make up all important parts of the cells, including DNA, the molecule of life.
Nitrogenous wastes are produced when body cells metabolize proteins. These wastes produced are toxic to the body.
Proteins are the most common, but if you're talking smaller scale then glucose.
Because their main job is to transport gases for respiration: carbon dioxide and oxygen. When you exercise your red blood cells help you metabolize fat by burning calories, but they themselves do not metabolize fat.
The primary energy carrying molecule in a cells is ATP. ATP is known as adenosine triphosphate which is an organic molecule that stores and releases energy, used in cellular processes.
Insulin allows cells to metabolize sugar.