Cellular Respiration Cartoon
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Cellular respiration is the process that cells break down glucose to make ATP. The process of people and animals that converts food into energy.
In cellular respiration it is just a lot of metabolic reactions.
A process that takes place in booth plant and animal cells. Oxygen is taken from the air we breathe into our lungs. Oxygen powers mitochondria.
Cellular respiration is a term for respiration for breathing.
Glucose is taken from the food we eat and is broken down to pyretic acid.
Cellular respiration helps cells getting energy from glucose.
The pyretic acid goes through membrane, moves into mitochondrion the citric acid cycle (krebs cycles). It releases energy which charges ADP to ATP.
Also the cells get energy from glucose and making food like sugar also releasesing the stored energy.
Carbon dioxide and water are let out as waste.
In cytoplasm of cellular respiration glucose is broken up to smaller molecules.
Sugar + Oxygen = Carbon dioxide + water + ATP (energy) H2O CO2 ATP
Mitochondria help's molecules to break down even further.
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