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Whatpart of a cell release energy?

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2010-06-06 14:41:32
2010-06-06 14:41:32

"Mitochondria" (single is "mitochondrion") are where energy production and respiration occur in a eukaryotic cell.

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The mitochondria.The part of the cell that release energy from food is call Mitochondria.Mitochondria


the cells that release energy are called enzymes


There are many ways that the energy can be release in ATP. Break down in the cell can release this energy.


The mitochondria is the cell structure that controls the release of energy from foods. It also forms ATP. The mitochondria is scattered throughout the cell.


The Golgi bodies store energy for quick release adian


all of your cell need oxygen , so they can release energy from glucose by respiration


The mitochondria supply the cell with ATP (adenosine triphosphate) which is responsible for the release of energy


they must release chemical energy


yes. mitochondria release energy during cell respiration. energy is release from food substances and is stored in ATP molecules. energy is released in the form of ATP.


The body gets its energy when you respire. Respiration is an energy release inside a cell


Chloroplast stores energy of sun light by photosynthesis.Mitochondria release that energy by respiration.


Mitochondria release the energy stored in food.


-> store and release energy -> Transfer energy all in a cell



The mitochondria is the power plant of the cell. It takes the energy from food, and converts it into ATP, which is then used more readily as energy by the cell. As such, it only produces the ATP as needed.


Firstly, energy can't be created or destroyed, instead I think you mean release energy.A cell does need oxygen for aerobic respiration which eventually produces ATP, which is used in metabolic reactions to release energy as it forms ADP and Pi.


The location of energy release from food molecules is in the mitochondria of the cell. The process in which energy is released from food molecules is known as cellular respiration.


The cell structure responsible for releasing energy is the mitochondria. This is an organelle that is bound by a membrane and is present in most eukaryotic cells.


It takes food and produces energy for the cell. It helps in respiration to release energy. The organic compounds are broken down to carbon-dioxide and water and release biological energy to carry out living activities. Without the mitchondria, the cell doesn't get all the energy out of food. Interestingly, mitochondia have their own genetics, a copy from the Mom only.


The mitochondria release energy from nutrient molecules and transform the energy into a usable form. They are one of the most important organelle in the cell.


Mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell. They are the site for aerobic respiration (complete oxidation of glucose to release energy).


When a chemical reaction breaks a bond there is a release of the energy that was used to form the bond. This usable energy drives the motion of the cell, usually in the mitochondria of a cell.


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


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


I do believe that it is the mitochondria releases enrgy. chlorophyll in the Chloroplast captures energy



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