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Cellular Respiration - Campbell, A Malcolm, and Paradise, Christopher J
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What happens to a meal after it is eaten? Food consists primarily of lipids, proteins and carbohydrates (sugars). How do cells in the body process food once it is eaten and turned it into a form of energy that other cells can use? This book examines some of the classic experimental data that revealed how cells break down food to extract the energy. Metabolism of food is regulated so that energy extraction increases when needed and slows down when not needed. This type of self-regulation is all part of the complex web of ...

Cellular Respiration 2016, Momentum Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9781606509975

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