Where is most of the chemical energy in living organisms stored?
The most of the chemical energy in living organisms stored in energy storage molecules. Glucose is the major storage energy in humans and this causes ATP.
Living organisms represent Stored energy in the form of chemical compounds. when they die what happens to this stored energy?
What organisms use energy from the sun or stored in chemical compounds to manufacture their own nutrients?
Which process is represented by energy stored in food to energy available for use by living organisms?
Just 2 of the possible answers: Plants use external energy - light (photo-electric energy) for photosynthesis and make glucose. So in this example light energy --> chemical energy Many living organisms use chemical energy stored in their cells as fat/glucose/starch/ATP for heat and movement. So chemical energy --> thermal energy or chemical energy --> kinetic energy.