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A mitochondrion produces energy for a cell. Mitochondria (the plural of mitochondrion) are small organelles found in most nucleated cells, including those of plants, animals and fungi. More »

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"Mitochondria are found in the cytoplasts of cells." Mitochondria is the plural form of the word mitochondrion. More »

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Most of the metabolic activity in a cell occurs in the mitochondrion. This organelle is responsible for the generation of ATP through a process known as oxidative phosphorylation. More »

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