what is the source of glucose molecules involved in cellular respiration in plants and in animals?

Asked by Ravi Jaiswal | 2nd Jun, 2014, 09:55: PM

Expert Answer:

The source of glucose molecules in plants is the product formed by the process of photosynthesis which is ultimately stored in the parts of plants. In animals, glucose is formed by the oxidation of carbohydrates which are obtained from food.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 3rd Jun, 2014, 10:48: AM

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