Cytoplasmic structures are where catabolism takes place.

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The insides of cells is a topic that fascinates many people. You have probably heard the term “cellular respiration” before, which is when catabolism takes place in the cytoplasmic structures where it happens. The process by which food and oxygen are used to release energy for life-sustaining processes has been studied extensively over time, and we now know much more about how this works than ever before. The following article will cover how cellular respiration takes place.

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The Insides of Cells: The Process of Cellular Respiration Cellular respiration is the process by which food and oxygen are used to release energy for life-sustaining processes, such as thinking, moving muscles, and maintaining a constant body temperature.

It has been studied extensively over time in order to understand this complex process more thoroughly. Now that we know much more about it than ever before, let’s take a look at what happens during cellular respiration and how long it lasts.

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