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All of the following are products of cellular respiration except(1 point)

water. ***

oxygen.

energy.

carbon dioxide.

What is the definition of cellular respiration?(1 point)

the process of using the chemical energy from hydrogen and oxygen molecules to power life processes

the process of capturing the sun’s energy, converting it into oxygen, and releasing it into the atmosphere****

the process of capturing the sun’s energy, converting it into sugar, and storing it in tissues

the process of using the chemical energy from food and oxygen molecules to power life processes

Which molecule carries energy inside cells?(1 point)

glucose***

oxygen

ATP

water

Which statement is true?(1 point)

Cellular respiration takes place in the cytoplasm and the nucleus.

Cellular respiration takes place in mitochondria and chloroplasts.

Cellular respiration takes place in the cytoplasm and mitochondria.****

Cellular respiration takes place in the cytoplasm and the Golgi apparatus.

Which statement correctly classifies ATP, cytoplasm, and mitochondria?(1 point)

ATP is found in mitochondria, and mitochondria are found in the cytoplasm.*****

Mitochondria are found in the cytoplasm, and cytoplasm is found in ATP.

ATP is found in the cytoplasm, and cytoplasm is found in the mitochondria.

Cytoplasm is found in ATP, and ATP is found in the mitochondria.

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  1. Adenosine 5'-triphosphate, or ATP, is the most abundant energy carrier molecule in cells. This molecule is made of a nitrogen base (adenine), a ribose sugar, and three phosphate groups.

    others are correct.

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  2. thx for the help the first one was actually b and the second one was actually d for future reference though i would encourage you guys to look at the lesson links they have most of the answers in them.

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  3. 1oxygen
    2the process of using the chemical energy form food and oxygen molecule to power life process
    3atp
    4cellular respiration takes place in the cytoplasm and mitochondria
    5atp is found in mitochondria and mitochondria found in the cytoplasm

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  4. Teacher is right i got 100%

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  5. The teacher is right I got 100

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  6. yeah teacher got it right fs fs.

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  7. teacher is right 100%

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  8. teacher is 100% correct! Also have a good day everybody :)

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  9. teacher right got 100%
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  10. teacher is right sep 28 2021

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  11. Teacher is correct 100%

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  12. Teacher is correct as of sep 29th 2021 I got 100%

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  13. Thanks Teacher I got 💯

    9/30/2021

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  14. Teacher is still correct! Thanks!

    10/1/21

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  15. thanks you got my grade to a 18%

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  16. teacher is still 100% correct!! :D
    10/4/2021

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  17. Teacher correct

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  18. teacher is still correct :)

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  19. 1. oxygen
    2. the process of using the chemical energy from food and oxygen molecules to power life processes
    3. ATP
    4. Cellular respiration takes place int eh cytoplasm and mitochondria
    5. ATP is found in mitochondria, and mitochondria are found in the cytoplasm

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