Answer: The mitochondria is the cell organelle that carries out the process of cellular respiration, which creates energy for the cell. The mitochondria is commonly called the "powerhouse" of the cell.
Answer: It is the chloroplast. The chloroplast contain a green pigment, chlorophyll, which captures the light energy from the sun to photosynthesize, thus making food or glucose for the plant. Excess glucose is stored as starch.
Answer: Mostly the south. Farmers are needed to make more crops every year to supply the supply and demand of the growing population. Whoever asked this question watch Food Inc. It will tell you everything and then some.
Answer: Most commonly through windmills. the wind pushes on a tilted blade causing it to rotate. A generator inside the windmill then truns the kinetic energy of the rotation into an electric current. u blow on it
Answer: Potential Energy of WATER used to produce Electrical Energy in Hydropower Stations. The potential energy in Water stored at height in Constructed DAMS, moves Turbines when Water FLOWS through them. Turbines then rotates Generators and Produce Electrical Energy widely used by Human Endeavours (Domestic & Industrial Purposes).
Answer: We the body digests the food we eat and stores glucose. Cells turn glucose into ATP, and utilizing this as chemical energy, the cell performs the various chemical reactions which allow it to carry out its function.
A set of 10 enzymes allows a cell to perform glycolysis. Another eight enzymes control the citric-acid cycle (also known as the Krebs cycle). These two processes together allow a cell to turn glucose and oxygen into adenosine triphosphate, or ATP. In an oxygen-consuming cell like E. coli or a human cell, one glucose molecule forms 36 ATP molecules (in something like a yeast cell, which lives its life without oxygen, only glycosis occurs and it produces only two ATP molecules per glucose molecule). ATP is a fuel molecule that is able to power enzymes by performing "uphill" chemical reactions
Note: Neurons also utilize electricity (in addition to chemical transmitters) to perform their functions. The heart also produces and responds to electrical current.