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What part of the cell releases energy?

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The mitochondria are the organelles responsible for the release of energy. They are often referred to as the powerhouse of the cells.

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The Mitochondria is the cell part that releases energy.


Mitochondria is most important part of cell that produces ATP (energy ) in cell . Some energy is produced in cytoplasm .


The organelles called mitochondria.


Energy in the cell is made from the hydrolysis of ATP. This occurs mostly in the mitochondria (the power house of the cell).




I believe you mean the "mitochondria".


Cellular respiration releases energy stored in food in a cell.



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Mitochondria releases energy in glucose.It generates energy through respiration


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The mitochondria releases energy for a cell. All cells have mitochondria except for bacteria. Cellular respiration also occurs here.



Mitochondria is a structure that releases energy for a cell.


It is called respiration. It power up the cell


The mitochondria releases energy from food molecules. This is where all things are broken down and turned into energy for the cell.


It stores and releases the energy


The ATP molecule is the one that releases energy by the breakdown of glucose molecules. This provides energy to most of the cell functions.



mitochondria is responsible for energy production. nucleus directs and replicates the cell. cytoplasm is a watery solution within the cell that holds organelles. lysosomes contain enzymes to digest material. ribosomes synthesize proteins.


well the mitochondria releases energy for the "powerhouse" of the cell



Mitochondria release the energy stored in food.




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