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 »

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

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 »

The organelle that provides energy for the cell is mitochondrion. While mitochondria are the primary source of energy in eukaryotic cells, cells can still derive a small amount of energy from other processes like glycoly... More »

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 »

Cell biology is a discipline that views the cell as the fundamental unit of life and studies cell structure and function. It seeks to elucidate properties of cells that are universal to all or most cells as well as uniqu... More »

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Animal cells aren't all shaped the same way; the shape of a specific animal cell depends on its function and where it is in the body. Unlike plant cells, animal cells do not have rigid cell walls that limit them to a rec... More »