How do cells get energy for their functioning, Biology

Q How do cells get energy for their functioning?

Cells get energy for their metabolic reactions from the breaking of organic molecules with high energetic content. This energy is mostly stored as ATP molecules.

The process of acquiring energy in order to produce ATP molecules is named cellular respiration.

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