Definition of Cellular respiration
1. Noun. The metabolic processes whereby certain organisms obtain energy from organic molecules; processes that take place in the cells and tissues during which energy is released and carbon dioxide is produced and absorbed by the blood to be transported to the lungs.
Generic synonyms: Metabolic Process, Metabolism
Derivative terms: Respire
Medical Definition of Cellular respiration
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Literary usage of Cellular respiration
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1. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"(la—422) (la—422) The Pharmacology of cellular respiration. ... The elucidation of the physiologic mechanism of cellular respiration was facilitated by the ..."
2. Contrasts in Scientific Style: Research Groups in the Chemical and by Joseph S. Fruton (1990)
"122 During the 1920s Warburg resumed his studies on cellular respiration, with special reference to oxidation and glycolysis in tumor cells. ..."
3. Crossing Over: The Basics of Evolution : Workbook for Teachers by Edith Dempster (2006)
"Animal cells use oxygen during the metabolic process called cellular respiration. Oxygen is scarce inside the cell, but plentiful outside the cell. ..."
4. The Chemical Synthesis of Vital Products and the Interrelations Between by Raphael Meldola (1904)
"Belfast, 1902 : for isolation of the enzyme causing anaerobic cellular respiration in higher animals and plants see Stoklasa and Czerny, Ber. 86, 622). ..."
5. On Animal and Vegetable Parasites of the Human Body: A Manual of Their by Friedrich Küchenmeister (1857)
"... with increased respiratory murmur, and in the course of several days and weeks cellular respiration was set up. The movements of the diaphragm appeared ..."
6. Western Lancet: A Monthly Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery (1853)
"On both sides of the thorax sonorous percussion, less so, however, on the right; cellular respiration feeble. The abdomen soft to the touch, but containing ..."
7. Autology, Study Thyself: And Autopathy, Cure Thyself by Edmond Raymond Moras (1912)
"Nevertheless, physiologists have overlooked this essential phase of the double process of internal or cellular respiration. Therefore I have coined the word ..."