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How do organisms store and use energy? A. by changing oxygen into organic compounds B. by taking electrons from an electron transport chain C. by making and breaking the chemical bonds in organic compounds D. by transferring energy through the process of homeostasis
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Organisms store and use energy by making and breaking the chemical bonds in organic compounds.
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Organisms store and use energy by making and breaking the chemical bonds in organic compounds.
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