Question

Which organelle is considered the energy store house in the body

Expert Solution

Want to see the full answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here
Blurred answer
Students who’ve seen this question also like:
Ebk:Nutrition & Diet Therapy
Ebk:Nutrition & Diet Therapy
10th Edition
ISBN: 9780357391747
Author: DEBRUYNE
Publisher: Cengage
Not helpful? See similar books
Ebk:Nutrition & Diet Therapy
marketing sidebar icon
Want to see this answer and more?
Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*
*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.

Related Biology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: molecule that store energy in cells

A: Mitochondria are called the powerhouse of the cell because it is the site where most of the ATP in…

Q: How many cells are in a body

A: Cell is the basic, structural and functional unit of all organism.Cell is considered as smallest…

Q: . Which of the following is the best source of energy for the cell? Carbohydrates. protein, or fats

A: Since we answer the first question in case of multiple questions. If you want any specific question…

Q: It is a stage wherein the cells carry out is normal metabolic functions, and the cells start to…

A: Cell cycle: - it is a series of changes occur in a newly divided cell through which it duplicates…

Q: Mitochondria Contain ___________ Located in the Matrix

A: A cell is the basic structural and functional key of life. A cell has multiple organelles that carry…

Q: The energy currency of the cell is A. starch. B. glycogen. C. glucose. D. ATP.

A: Cell is the basic structural, functional and biological unit of all known organisms. They are often…

Q: Which function will not be work in the cell in the absence of ribosomes? O Energy release O Protein…

A: Answer to question 1.)  Option b.) Protein Synthesis.

Q: A cell that contains a lot of mitochondria is most likely ___.

A: A cell that contains a lot of mitochondria is most likely ___. b). using a lot of…

Q: Mitochondria are membrane-bound organelles in the cytoplasm in which: proteins are deaminated.…

A: Mitochondria are essential organelles that are present in almost all cells of a eukaryotic organism.…

Q: The main arena of various types of activities of a cell is:    A Nucleus B Plasma…

A: The cell is the basic functional, structural, and biological unit of all known organism. A cell is…

Q: organelle functions in cellular respiration

A: Cellular respiration is a metabolic process in which glucose is broken down to form ATP, the energy…

Q: Select the one true statement. The endoplasmic reticulum breaks down sugar to release energy that an…

A: All living organisms are made up of numerous cells. Cell are the functional and structural units of…

Q: what is called a cell

A: All the things that are present in the surrounding are classified into living and non-living things.…

Q: Most of cellular respiration occurs inside of which organelle?   Chloroplasts   Nucleus   Golgi Body…

A: Answer: Introduction: Cellular respiration is the method in which glucose molecule break down takes…

Q: Which of the following protects the body against infectious disease and foreign invaders? [A]…

A: Your immune system is an enormous network of organs, white blood cells, proteins (antibodies) and…

Q: Cellular Respiration happens in what part of a cell

A: Cellular respiration breaks down food, glucose, sugar, complex carbohydrates and releases carbon…

Q: The molecule that each cell uses as fuel to directly power its cellular processes is called: Glucose…

A: Cellular processes is necessary for the survival of an individual. The cellular process are…

Q: The Golgi Apparatus is responsible for

A: The Endomembrane system consists of endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, lysosomes. Protein…

Q: All of the chemical reactions that occur in a cell are calleda. homeostasis. b. metabolism.c.…

A: Biochemical reactions is the transformation of one molecule to a different molecule inside the cell…

Q: is involved in the synthesis .of phospholipids Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum Endoplasmic Reticulum…

A: A cell is defined as the smallest unit of a living organism which is the basic structural,…

Q: Which cell structure responsible for energy transformer Lysosomes Endoplasmic reticulum Mitochondria…

A: Ans 1: mitochondrion   Mitochondria. A mitochondrion (plural = mitochondria) is a membranous,…

Q: organelles that attach monosaccharides to protiens:

A: Glycoproteins are proteins which contain oligosaccharide chains (glycans) covalently attached to…

Q: how the cell wall uses energy and where it gets energy from (anaerobic, aerobic, photosynthesis,…

A: A cell wall is an underlying layer surrounded by a few types of cells,  which is outside the cell…

Q: Cell respiration is a _____________________________ type of chemical reaction meaning the products…

A: Cellular respiration is a series of metabolic reactions and processes that take place inside the…

Q: digestion and waste removal(has enzymes in it) Does photosynthesis Light+water+CO2-> glucose+02…

A: A lysosome is a membrane bound cell organelle which contains hydrolytic enzymes within it. They are…

Q: What is the biggest cell in the body

A: The cell's varied shapes and sizes make them highly diverse in morphology, anatomy, and physiology.…

Q: Blood cells have a rigid cell wall.

A: Blood cells does not have cell walls. It’s only the plant cells that has rigid cell walls to provide…

Q: features of mitochondria are similar

A: A cell is a small self-contained unit within whole organisms. It is the littlest unit of the body.…

Q: Which organelle is correctly matched with its function?     ribosome - transcription…

A: Cell is the basic, structural and functional unit of life.

Q: Cytoplasm is another term for cytosol. True or false

A: A cell contains many organelles (such as nucleus, golgi apparatus, endoplasmic reticulum,…

Q: Can glucose pass through a cell membrane by its self

A: Glucose is a six-carbon sugar that provides energy needed by cells. For this purpose iit needs to…

Q: primary component of plasma membranes is a molecule c

A: The primary component of cell membrane is option 4 Phospholipid.

Q: Which of the folowing organelles is involved in cellular respiration? mitochondria O nucleus…

A: In Cellular respiration living cells break glucose molecules, discharge energy, and form molecules…

Q: Which organelle is common in animal and plant cel

A: A cell is a structural and functional unit of all living organisms. Cells differs among prokaryotes…

Q: Cytoplasm: The ___ of dissolved molecules that ___ the cell and ____ organelles.

A: The question is to fill the blanks with appropriate words.

Q: cell organelle is most directly involved with the bonding of amino acids? a. Cytoplasm b.…

A: First of all we can see the functions of the cell organelles           a. cytoplasm jellylike…

Q: Which ATP producing process donates electrons to oxygen molecules, causing them to react with…

A: ATP is known as the energy currency of the cell. ATP is essential for cell growth and replication.…

Q: Outer cell membrane surfaces have unique carbohydrate extensions, which facilitate transport across…

A: The cell membrane is the part of the cell that encloses the cytoplasm of the cell. It consists of a…

Q: Which part of the cell has the genetic material and is often called the "brain of the cell?" Nucleus…

A: There are many different components in a cell structure, and each one serves a unique purpose in the…

Q: The plasma membrane, nucleus, and cytoplasm are the three main parts of the cell. Describe these…

A: Plasma membrane:- Plasma membrane is a living,thin,delucate selectively permeable membrane.chemical…

Q: Match the organelle with the correct function. ____ Coordinates the expression of genes and…

A: The term cell was coined by Robert Hooke in 1665. He gave the cell theory for the first time.  Cells…

Q: List the chemicals that make up cell membranes.

A: Introduction Cell is the basic unit of life. All organisms be it single cellular or multicellular,…

Q: List the chemicals that make up cell membranes

A: A “cell membrane” surrounds the cell. By it, the “cytoplasm” is separated from the external…

Q: CHOOSE THE CORRECT LETTER Where does gluconeogenesis occur in the cell? A. mitochondria B. cell…

A: Gluconeogenesis is the process of generation of glucose from non-carbohydrate precursors (e.g.,…

Q: Plasma membrane is permeable toa) ATPb) Glucosec) K+d) Urea

A: Introduction The cell is the basic unit of life as it performs all the basic physiological and…

Q: endoplasmic reticulum exocytosis and elimination cell membrane cytoplasm Golgi apparatus lysosomes…

A: Cells ingest liquid, molecules, and particles by endocytosis, in which limited areas of the plasma…

Q: All about cells

A: The word " cell"  was termed by Robert Hooke in 1665, he viewed cells in a microscope. This led the…

Q: As a cell grows its cell membrane expands. What specific membrane transport system is involved in…

A: Cell membrane expands as the cell grows during its reproductive cycle and during the growth phase.…

Q: Where does the process of cellular respiration occur?     mitochondria     endoplasmic reticulum…

A: The process of cellular respiration occur in mitochondria and anaerobic respiration take place…

Q: Organelle Function Found in a Plant Cell, Animal Cell or both? Nucleus Chloroplast

A: Cells are the basic structural, functional, and biological units of all living organisms. It is the…

Knowledge Booster
Biology
Learn more about
Need a deep-dive on the concept behind this application? Look no further. Learn more about this topic, biology and related others by exploring similar questions and additional content below.
Recommended textbooks for you
  • Ebk:Nutrition & Diet Therapy
    Health & Nutrition
    ISBN:9780357391747
    Author:DEBRUYNE
    Publisher:Cengage
    Human Biology (MindTap Course List)
    Biology
    ISBN:9781305112100
    Author:Cecie Starr, Beverly McMillan
    Publisher:Cengage Learning
    Body Structures & Functions Updated
    Biology
    ISBN:9780357191606
    Author:Scott
    Publisher:Cengage
  • Body Structures & Functions
    Biology
    ISBN:9781285695495
    Author:Scott
    Publisher:Cengage
    BIOLOGY:CONCEPTS+APPL.(LOOSELEAF)
    Biology
    ISBN:9781305967359
    Author:STARR
    Publisher:CENGAGE L
    Human Physiology: From Cells to Systems (MindTap ...
    Biology
    ISBN:9781285866932
    Author:Lauralee Sherwood
    Publisher:Cengage Learning
  • Ebk:Nutrition & Diet Therapy
    Health & Nutrition
    ISBN:9780357391747
    Author:DEBRUYNE
    Publisher:Cengage
    Human Biology (MindTap Course List)
    Biology
    ISBN:9781305112100
    Author:Cecie Starr, Beverly McMillan
    Publisher:Cengage Learning
    Body Structures & Functions Updated
    Biology
    ISBN:9780357191606
    Author:Scott
    Publisher:Cengage
    Body Structures & Functions
    Biology
    ISBN:9781285695495
    Author:Scott
    Publisher:Cengage
    BIOLOGY:CONCEPTS+APPL.(LOOSELEAF)
    Biology
    ISBN:9781305967359
    Author:STARR
    Publisher:CENGAGE L
    Human Physiology: From Cells to Systems (MindTap ...
    Biology
    ISBN:9781285866932
    Author:Lauralee Sherwood
    Publisher:Cengage Learning