Eukaryotic cells have Mitochondria which transfer glucose (the sugar) into ATP via oxidative phosphorylation, which releases energy into the cell.
The Mitochondria is the cell part that releases energy.
Cellular respiration releases energy stored in food in a cell.
to provide the cell with energy
Mitochrondria releases energy stored in food.
A cell releases energy from food in the process of cellular respiration which is in the presence of oxygen, or fermentation which is in the absence of oxygen.
the electron transport chain is the main source of energy for eukaryotic cells
The mitochondrion releases the energy for metabolic activity
Mitochondria releases energy in glucose.It generates energy through respiration
Mitochondria is a structure that releases energy for a cell.
They are the power houses.They generate energy.
The purpose of cellular respiration in an eukaryotic cell is to break down carbohydrates and to give the cell energy in the form of ATP. Cellular respiration in the eukaryotic cell takes place in the mitochondria.