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Cell Energy

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Robert Williford

on 13 October 2014

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Transcript of Cell Energy

Cell Energy
- the breaking down of food into usable energy without the use of oxygen. Fermentation does not produce as much ATP as cellular respiration but it does provide a method to get energy even if you can't get enough oxygen.
From Sun to Cell
Getting Energy From Food
cellular respiration
- the process of breaking down food molecules to convert it from stored energy to usable energy.
- breathing
What's the Connection
In this section we will discuss the processes that cells go through to obtain usable energy.
The process of capturing light energy from the sun and changing it into food is called
- molecules in cells capable of absorbing light energy. Chlorophyl is the pigment used in photosynthesis.
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