Endergonic; if the energy is supplied in the form of heat, endothermic.
Heterotrophs get energy by eating plants. The process is called food chain.
Yes because work is using energy to move something. Anytime we push-pull, work (energy) is used.
An irreversible process occurs whenever there is an increase in entropy. Entropy can be thought of as a measure of "wasted" energy, that is, energy that cannot be converted to useful work. Therefore any process which results in an increase in entropy wastes some portion of energy that cannot be recovered, and so the process is irreversible.
Breaking down of macromolecules into small particles is called a catabolic process. In any catabolic process there is a release of energy. Anabolic reaction combines small particles into a macro molecule and energy is conserved in such a process.
The formation of chemical bonds releases energy. It is an exothermic process. The breaking of chemical bonds takes energy. It is an endothermic process.
Yes; the definition of passive is no energy required
Osmosis and diffusion both require kinetic energy. Neither process uses energy, just a presence of energy, that is why heating water allows particles to move into homeostatic balance more quickly. There is a higher amount of kinetic energy in hot liquid. To answer your question though osmosis can occur without energy.
inspirationInpiration involves contraction of muscles. This is an energy requiring process
A system or reaction sequence in which energy from an energy-releasing process is used to drive an energy requiring process.
When the process that requires energy results in a displacement in the direction of a force, the process is known as work. Work is the product of force and distance.
Anabolism is the constructive process of metabolism. Opposed to catabolism.
Energy-requiring process by which substances move across the plasma membrane against a concentration gradient.
That would be the 'mitochondria'...
Glycolysis. This process releases energy (in the form of ATP) without requiring oxygen. It isn't, however, very efficient.