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2.13: Cellular Respiration

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ATP Adenosine triphosphate; usable form of energy inside the cell.
cellular respiration Process of breaking down glucose to obtain energy in the form of ATP.
glucose Simple sugar with the chemical formula C6H12O6; a product of photosynthesis.
monosaccharide Simple sugar, such as glucose, that is a building block of carbohydrates.
polysaccharide Large carbohydrate usually containing hundreds or thousands of monosaccharides.
starch Large, complex carbohydrate; found in foods such as vegetables and grains; broken down by the body into sugars that provide energy.

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