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Some muscle cells have the ability to produce more mitochondria if they are involved in regular exercise. Which answer correctly describes a benefit of this ability? Cellular respiration rates would increase in the individual’s cells. The individual would not need as much food as before. More fat molecules would be burned by the individual. The individual’s mass would increase due to the excess mitochondria.

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  1. anonymous
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    @sugarplum15 @MalvaNormal

  2. anonymous
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    More fat molecules would be burned by the individual.

  3. anonymous
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    my dad exercises all the time scared he would be fat

  4. anonymous
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    he is skinny enough to be worrying about that ;-;

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    Lm*o @MalvaNormal

  6. anonymous
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    What would you say the answer would be @Aureyliant

  7. NathalyN
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    A) Cellular respiration rates would increase in the individual's cells

  8. anonymous
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    @NathalyN what is your reasoning?

  9. NathalyN
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    more metachondria would mean more energy expenditure. A big benifit would be calories burned. But cellular respiration would be good too. That is breaking down sugars in the blood for energy.

  10. anonymous
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    What is your source?

  11. NathalyN
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    http://www.innerbody.com/image/musc01.html

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