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Which organelle breaks down sugar molecules that supply energy to the cell

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    the organelle that breaks down sugar to produce energy is the mitochondria

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    mitochondria

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    Strictly speaking, glycolysis does nearly all of the breaking down of sugars and that takes place in the cytosol of the cell. This is a poor question since Archareae and Eubacteria lack all memebrane-bound organelles but still break down sugars.

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