Yes, I would say that most cellular metabolism does occur within organelles.
nuvleus, mitochondria,vacuoles, cell membrane plants have these 2 additional organelles: chloroplasts and cell walls
That would be Chloroplasts.
Mitochondria are organelles that all of your cells contain. These organelles role is to harness energy for the cell through different chemical reactions. If all of your mitochondria "die" or more likely stop converting energy your cells would no longer have any energy, and without energy life becomes rather tough. I don't mean that in a you're tired type of way, but rather a cellular death type.
Which of the cellular organelles would be included in a category called membranes canals and vaculoles?
I guess they are vesicles.
What organelles would be crucial to the separation of chromosomes and elongation of cells undergoing cellular reproduction?
The organelles that plants and animals have in common would be a nucleus, er, mitochondria, ribosomes, and a cellular membrane. Plant cells also have chloroplasts and cell walls.
it would die. if cellular respiration is ceased then cell dies because most of the energy is provided through cellular respiration itself.
that would be the Mitochondrion. Mitochondria
What would be the most likely effect on cellular repiration if a plant were to lose much of its chlorophyll?
Cellular respiration would produce less energy.
What would be the most likely effect on cellular respiration if a plant lost much of its chlorophyll?
Cellular respiration would produce less energy.
What would be the most likely effect on cellular respiration if a plant were to lose much of its chlorophyll?
Cellular respiration would produce less energy.
If cellular respiration were to stop the electron transport chain would end. This would cause the energy production to decrease.
Two pertinent pieces. One is the genetic material kept on round form in these organelles that still codes for a few proteins, The other pertinent evidence is the means of reproduction of these organelles; they preform cellular fission, just as bacteria would.
Energy is released in cellular respiration. For example, imagine you were to eat a bowl of cereal and breathe oxygen. Enzymes would break down starch into glucose and other enzymes would break down the glucose into energy.
a cytoplasm in a city would represent the air around us. i know that because the function of a cytoplasm is cellular fluid surrounding a cells organelles.
the overall would be respiration because u can get more energy and more cellular
Why would a multi-cellular organism prefer to use cellular respiration rather than fermentation as a method to produce energy?
They would prefer cellular respiration because cellular respiration is the metabolic processes whereby certain organisms obtain energy from organic molecules; processes that take place in the cells and tissues during which energy is released and carbon dioxide is produced and absorbed by the blood to be transported to the lungs (answer from google)
Mitochondrion because they are responsible for producing energy
Mitochondria are the organelles that provide cells energy, so a cell would have more mitochondria if it required more energy, such as a muscle cell.
The final ovum must have all the cellular organelles and nutrients to function as a viable cell, because the fertilizing sperm will only deliver the paternal DNA to the ovum. If during meiosis the cellular organelles and cytoplasm were split among all four daughter cells, no one cell would be able to support fertilization.
it is the mitochondria because its function is to produce energy by cellular respiration .
Erythrocytes (red blood cells) have no cellular organelles - they have pushed all of them out to make more room for hemoglobin to carry oxygen. Therefore, the RBC must rely on anaerobic respiration for its energy needs because it gave up the mitochondria that would have performed aerobic respiration.
The Energy releasing process that would be best is cellular resperation because it is the only process in our cells that release the most Energy. :D
It would have many mitochondrion (plural: mitochondria) because these are the organelles of a cell that produce ATP, which is what we call energy. They are sometimes nicknamed "the powerhouse of the cell."
because releasing all the energy in glucose would waste it and heat up the organism
If you measured all the energy related to motion and all the stored energy in the particles of a substance you would be measuring?
I would say non-relativistic total energy. The energy related to motion is kinetic energy; The stored energy in the particles is potential energy.
Cellular respiration is the process that releases energy from food in the presence of oxygen. So plants that can perform photosynthesis would be an example.
The most important cellular process is that of Cellular Respiration. Without Cellular Respiration life as we know it would not exist. Through Cellular Respiration a cell generates energy, expells waste, and fuels basic life processes.
Cellular respiration cannot happen without oxygen. If there is no oxygen, only the glycolysis step will occur, and no ATP (energy) will be made, resulting in death. That is why humans die out in space; no oxygen is capable of being found, and cellular respiraiton cannot occur. An organism lacking oxygen for cellular respiration would die, because oxygen is needed to make energy to live.
Lysosomes are cellular organelles that break down proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, and carbohydrates. An example of them working would be such as when a tadpole becomes a frog, lysosomes digest the tail.
Cellular respiration is usually more efficient in eukaryotic cells because they have a organelle, mitochondria, that produce energy (in the form of ATP) Prokaryotic cells do not have membrane organelles but some can use their cellular membranes to produce ATP, some bacteria even have sections of membrane in-folding to allow the reactions to occur. This usually produces the same amount of energy as mitochondria respiration and requires oxygen. Prokaryotes that do not require oxygen or… Read More
Living things use energy in order to live, so we are constantly using converting ATP to ADP in order to get that energy. Cellular respiration replenishes the ATP by converting ADP back into ATP, which living things use for energy. Without cellular respiration an organism would die from lack of ATP, and therefore a lack of energy.
Considering that cellular respiration takes place in humans, which are a "higher" form of animals, you can assume that cellular respiration can also take place in all other animals. Without cellular respiration, the animals would have no form of cellular energy, ATP, and would start to die off.
You need a lot of energy to move your muscles which means you need energy factories called mitochondria.
Momentum would be an example of kenetic energy.
That would be Cellular Respiration. Like Glycolysis, Krebs Cycle, ETS, and Oxidative Phosphorylation. All that jazz.
The opposite of cellular respiration (oxidation) would be photosynthesis, the process plants use to create carbohydrates, which contain chemical bonds that can be broken to release energy.
Mitochondria represents a Power House which produces energy for cellular activities.
No that would be glucose, if lipids were the preferred source then fat burning would be very simple, lipids are long term energy stores.
Yes. Cellular respiration produces ATP, which crickets need so survive, since it is the main way energy is stored in living things. If crickets could not carry out cellular respiration, they would not be alive.
less glucose would be available for energy production.
The brain uses oxygen in the same way other organs do. Within every cell in the brain, tiny organelles called mitochondria take up oxygen and use it to convert glucose into a usable form of cellular energy - adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Without ATP, neurons would very quickly lose their ability to fire and the whole brain would eventually shut down.
If a biologist said that the human body might be getting its power from bacteria he would be referring to?
Mitochondria are self-replicating organelles that occur in various numbers, shapes, and sizes in the cytoplasm of all eukaryotic cells. Mitochondria play a critical role in generating energy in the eukaryotic cell. Mitochondria generate the cell's energy by oxidative phosphorylation, using oxygen to release energy stored in cellular nutrients (typically pertaining to glucose) to generate ATP. Mitochondria multiply by splitting in two. Respiration occurs in the cell mitochondria.
Yes, cells are single components in the manner that when they are collectivelly brought together they form the tissues, when the tissues are brought together they form the organs. We must however remember that, although cells are single components of tissues and thus organs, they too contain there own components, the organelles. The organelles of cells act as the systems and "organs" of an individual cell. In the absence of cellular organelles, a cell would… Read More
Cells need energy to perform processes ( photosynthesis is an example). Organelles in cells need energy , if they have none, they would not function and the cell will die. Cells even, need energy to keep up life in us.
That would be passive transport. No energy required, as materials move from high to low pressure on their own. Active transport is the opposite, requiring energy from the cell itself.
Without cellular respiration, the cell would die because it would not be able to convert food energy into ATP, the energy currency of the cell.
Cellular respiration both creates the ATP that cells can use for energy, and gets rid of cell waste. Without this process, not only would cells not be able to function, but the waste buildup would be toxic anyway.
Cellular respiration is the process by which food molecules, such as glucose, are broken down, and which forms ATP, the energy currency of the cell. Without ATP a cell would die.