Well, that’s a complicated question but I’ll tell you that what breaks down the sugar, or glucose, we call the mitochondria, the endoplasmic reticulum, or the ER.
Basically, all the cells that use glucose for energy and energy molecules are the mitochondria. The cells that use glucose are the mitochondria that generate energy. The mitochondria can also release energy from the cell from the cell itself. The cell can be made different from the mitochondria of the mitochondria that make it. The mitochondria can also release energy from the mitochondria into the cell itself.
The process of breaking down sugar molecules that supply energy to the cell can be seen as a process that happens in every cell in our body. The process occurs to release energy into the cell from the cell itself.
This process has been called “mitochondrial respiration’. It’s what happens when our mitochondria go into full operation in our bodies. The process of breaking down sugar molecules that supply energy to the cell can be seen as a process that happens in every cell in our body. The process occurs to release energy into the cell from the cell itself.
the process is called glycolysis. It’s the process that occurs to break down glucose that supplies energy to our cells. This process has been called aerobic respiration.
The process of breaking down glucose that supplies energy to our cells. This process has been called aerobic respiration.
Glycolysis is a very fundamental, and often overlooked aspect of the cell. It is the process by which sugar is actually broken down into simple sugars that can be used by all cells. In fact, it is the process by which all cells require energy to live. It is also the process that allows us to break down the carbon dioxide that comes out of our exhale.
The process of breaking down the sugar molecule you use to make your body’s carbon dioxide. This process is called glycolysis. Glycolysis allows the cell to make carbon dioxide, which is a very cheap and accessible source of energy, which can be used by all cells. Glycolysis is an amazing technique for breaking down the carbon dioxide that we use to make our carbon dioxide.
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