Energy from glucose is stored in the final step of respiration, the electron transport chain in a molecule called ATP(Adenosinetriphosphate). Energy is released when the cell needs to do something like divide or contract.
The estimated quantity of energy released by a mole of glucose is 675kcal.
Options found from another source are:
a. oxygen. b. glucose. c. energy stored as ATP. d. carbon dioxide and water
c energy stored as ATP
Cellular respiration converts glucose into energy in the form of ATP (c). The answer cannot be oxygen (a), because this is required for this process as a final electron acceptor. In terms of photosynthesis, oxygen is released as a by-product. The answer cannot be glucose (b) because that is our starting point for respiration, and what is synthesised during photosynthesis. The answer cannot be (d) as carbon dioxide and water are released by cellular respiration, and required by photosynthesis
The right answer is C)Energy stored as ATP
Cells have different morphologies, structures, and roles, but their basic operation is the same. One of the main activities of the cell is its survival.
ATP is precisely a molecule essential to the life of the cell.
The degradation reactions are called exoenergetic because they release energy and the synthesis reactions are called endoenergetic because they consume: the energy of the first reactions allows the realization of synthesis reactions.
This is only possible if an intermediary is able to store this energy and restore it as needed: the ATP molecules play this role of intermediary.
The right answer is C. energy stored as ATP (the only answer refering to an energetic product).
Coenzyme ATP (produced by cellular respiration) always plays the energetic role in the enzymatic reactions by hydrolysis of one of its energy-rich bonds.
This energy can appear in many forms: in mechanical energy, as in muscular contraction; in osmotic energy, as in the Na + / K + exchanges at the cell membranes; in chemical energy, for performing syntheses of biological molecules; in caloric energy, to maintain the temperature of 37 ° C; in electrical energy, for the propagation of nerve impulses; and finally in luminous energy, in the glowworm, for example.
Glucose releases ATP energy storage molecules during a cellular respiration.
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During the process of cellular respiration, energy that is released from glucose will be cathced by energy carrying molecule and stored asn ATP
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