How much energy can a cell extract from a 1-pound all-glucose sugar bar?

Answer Glucose is a carbohydrate which provides about 4 calories per gram. There are about 453 g in a pound so a pound of glucose contains about 453 x 4 = 1,812 calories. A cell would therefore extract ... Read More »

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