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description of cell growth needed? Answered

nowadays a question arose in my mind.it may sound stupid.animals  and humans take in food and then it is transferred from complex food to simple food.then it is transferred into energy. now i have the following question:

1)what type of energy is this?you know a bit, is this thermal or something something.
2)next if this is enegy a type of non shaped or non matter then does it help in our growth of cells.if it then how .
3)how is this energy helping us to move or do works?

so its just out curiosity.thanks for viewing and further answering.bye

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blkhawk

Best Answer 5 years ago

You can learn more about how cells work at the How Stuff Works site. There is a molecule responsible to transport this chemical energy and it is called adenosine triphosphate or ATP. I don't know how old you are but I hope to be able to guide you in the right direction.

 

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argha haldersteveastrouk

Answer 5 years ago

thanks for your answer.its chemical energy as you said,but does it take part in cell division or growth.inexperienced about it.

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argha halderrickharris

Answer 5 years ago

nope.when i go to sleep i start to make questions about it .and it is vacation in our country so no school no homework