#biology #gcse #resp
Glucose for respiration comes from food.
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Cellular Respirationer molecules, so that cell division can take place (for growth and repair), active transport, transmitting nerve impulses, movement and the maintenance of constant body temperature. We get this <span>energy from the food that we eat, and the useful molecules are absorbed into our bloodstream. Glucose provides a lot of chemical energy, and it can be found in a lot of the food that we eat. There are 2 types of respir
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