[SOLVED!] Is Found In Cells That Need The Most Energy?

This is the key question 🤓 If the mitochondria can produce energy for organelles other than their own, then do these organelles need energy to create energy? To answer that question, we should find out how mitochondria make energy 😊 The sugar in the food we eat has lots of energy stored inside. The sugar is broken down by our cells into a chemical called Pyruvate. Our mitochondria then take this chemical and convert it into other molecules through a series of chemical reactions. Once they did this, energy is extracted from the sugar and converted to ATP. The energy in fat can also be used by mitochondria to generate ATP. Although mitochondria don’t need ATP energy to create ATP they will require a precursor such as sugar or fat in order to extract the energy and then transfer it into ATP.
Glycolysis is the first step in the eukaryotic pathway to energy. It literally means sugar splitting. Glycolysis is the process where single glucose molecules are broken down and converted to two molecules of a substance known as pyruvate. Each glucose molecules contains six carbon atoms so each resulting compound pyruvate only contains three carbons. Glycolysis actually involves ten chemical reactions and requires two ATP molecules. The input is used for four new ATP molecules. This means glycolysis produces a net gain in ATP. These molecules also produce two NADH molecules, which serve as electron carriers in other biochemical reactions within the cell.
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Mitochondria, which are membrane-bound organelles with two membranes, can be membrane-bound by Mitochondria. This is quite unusual for an intercellular organelle. These membranes serve the function of mitochondria which is to generate energy. This energy comes from the chemical reactions within cells, which are converted into energy. Because the phosphate has a high-energy bonded and is used to generate energy, the conversion results in ATP. That is why the mitochondria exists to create that energy. Some different cells have different amounts of mitochondria because they need More energy. The mitochondria in the muscles, liver, kidney, and, to some extent, brain all have a large number of them. They produce a great deal of energy. You will experience symptoms, not only in your muscle but also in your brain. The causes of mitochondrial dysfunction are unknown. Kallan Dolan (La Paz, Bolivia), last updated 35 days ago
Image #3 It is also explained that eukaryotic cells can contain many other organelles in addition to their nucleus. These include the mitochondria, chloroplasts and the Golgi apparatus. Each of the organelles described above. Performs a specific vital for the survival of the cell. A membrane separates almost all of the cells’ organelles from their surrounding space. Interior walls Separate the rooms within a house. These membranes surround the eukaryotic organelles and are built on lipid bilayers similar but not identical to the cells’ outer membrane. The total surface of the cell’s inner membranes is far greater than its plasma membrane. Lela Sharrill (Sanaa, Yemen), last edited 79 Days ago
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