Cellular respiration's coupled reaction begins with adenosine triphosphate, an enzyme that works with other chemicals in the cell to break down glucose into usable energy. The cell uses some initial ATP to get back more ... More »

The three stages of cellular respiration include glycolysis, electron transport chain and citric acid cycle, also known as Krebs cycle or tricarboxylic acid cycle. Cellular respiration refers to the set of biochemical pr... More »

In cellular respiration, the electron transport stage is when most adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is produced. Electron transport is the third stage in cellular respiration. More »

Cellular respiration requires energy from an organic source, such as glucose and oxygen, to take place. Cellular respiration is the process by which energy is harvested from an organic source and then stored in the form ... More »

Cellular respiration is a metabolic process in which glucose is broken down to produce carbon dioxide and water. ATP, or biological energy, and body heat are given off in the process. More »

Cellular respiration is directly related to breathing, as breathing provides the necessary oxygen molecules for the process of cellular respiration to take place; cellular respiration is a process by which cells acquire ... More »

Cellular respiration, with a series of steps and intracellular functions, is the method used by cells to release energy from chemical bonds of molecules, such as food molecules, that provide energy and sustenance for the... More »