Cellular respiration, Biology

Cellular respiration is the transfer of energy from various molecules to produce ATP; takes place in the mitochondria of the eukaryotes, the cytoplasm of prokaryotes. In the procedure, oxygen is used and carbon dioxide is generated. 

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