Introduction to Cellular Respiration

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Introduction to Cellular Respiration Organisms, such as plants, can trap the energy in sunlight through  photosynthesis and store it in the chemical bonds of carbohydrate  molecules.  The   principal   carbohydrate   formed   through   photosynthesis   is  glucose Other types of organisms, such as animals, fungi, protozoa, and a 
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Unformatted text preview: large portion of the bacteria, are unable to perform this process. Therefore, these organisms must rely on the carbohydrates formed in plants to obtain the energy necessary for their metabolic processes....
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