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Which of the following is NOT needed for Cellular respiration? food oxygen Carbon Dioxide Mitochondria

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Process of elimination is a good way to approach multiple choice questions. Do any of the options strike you as particularly likely or unlikely?
food ?
I think cells do need food for respiration. Respiration is basically the process by which energy in chemical bonds in small molecules is released by breaking the bonds. And those small molecules - mostly glucose and other sugars and fats - comes mostly from food.

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Mitochidia
They need mitochondria too. Mitochondria are the organelles where respiration take place.
Carbon dixoide
Carbon Dioxide is correct - it is not needed for cellular respiration.

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