The main purpose of respiration is to convert ______ - Biology

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The main purpose of respiration is to convert ______

Options

  • Chemical energy into solar energy

  • Solar energy into chemical energy

  • Biological energy into chemical energy

  • Chemical energy into Biological energy

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Solution

The main purpose of respiration is to convert  Chemical energy into Biological energy.

Explanation:

The main purpose of respiration is breaking down glucose to release biologically usable form of energy ATP with the help of respiratory enzymes within the cell.

Concept: Formation of ATP
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