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how do organisms store and use energy

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  1. anonymous
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    A: by changing oxygen into organic compounds B: by taking electrons from am electron transport chain C:by making and breaking the chemical bonds in organic compounds D: by transferring energy through the process of homeostasis

  2. anonymous
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    I believe its C

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    I believe its B, becuase energy is stored in the chemical bonds, and when these"energy rich" bonds are broken, energy is released, but I can understand why C would be chosen.

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