Biological processes involve both the breaking down of high-energy molecules into simple molecules, known as catabolism, and the building of

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Biological processes involve both the breaking down of high-energy molecules into simple molecules, known as catabolism, and the building of complex molecules from simple ones, known as anabolism. In general, catabolic processes generate energy, and anabolic processes require energy. The energy is usually stored in intermediate-energy-carrying molecules such as adenosine triphosphate, which can diffuse or be transported to the place where the energy is needed and deliver chemical energy from the breaking of its phosphate bond.

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Lydia 3 months 2022-02-11T07:48:34+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-11T07:49:56+00:00

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    True

    Explanation:

    This statement is true, catabolism is a process where molecules that have a high content of energy in its bonds, are broken down to use the energy, on the other hand, we have anabolism, which is the building of molecules, and it requires energy to do this. The combination of these processes is called metabolism. In anabolism, and catabolism the energy, which is used for the function in the body, is in the molecules’ bonds.

    The most common molecule that has a high content of energy in its bond is ATP (adenosine triphosphate).

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