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Q: true or false Anaerobic cellular respiration produces the most energy.
A: It's false that Cellular respiration is an anaerobic process. ***Cellular Respiration is an aerobic process because it requires the use of oxygen to enter and ultimately carry out the Kreb's Cycle. [ This requirement for oxygen makes it aerobic. ]
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User: Cellular respiration mainly occurs in _____. a. Golgi bodies b. mitochondria c. ribosomes d. cytoplasm

User: true or false Anaerobic cellular respiration produces the most energy.

Weegy: It's false that Cellular respiration is an anaerobic process. ***Cellular Respiration is an aerobic process because it requires the use of oxygen to enter and ultimately carry out the Kreb's Cycle. [ This requirement for oxygen makes it aerobic. ]
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User: Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are processes that _________create for the cell.

Weegy: Cellular respiration is the complete cycle and usage of a glucose molecule using oxygen.
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User: A moving hang glider has ______ energy, which converts to energy once the hang glider stops.

User: A moving hang glider has ______ energy, which converts to ______ energy once the hang glider stops.

User: Glycolysis takes place within the _____ of the cell. a. mitochondria b. lysosome c. vacuole d. cytoplasm

User: Plants are unique because they have _____, which absorb light energy from the Sun. a. plastids b. vacuoles c. chloroplasts d. mitochondria

Weegy: Plants are unique because they have c. chloroplasts, which absorb light energy from the Sun.
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