food molecules

French translation: molécules des aliments

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English term or phrase:food molecules
French translation:molécules des aliments
Entered by: THughes (X)

02:36 Dec 15, 2003
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: food molecules
ANIMAL CELLS

Each organelle has a specific job or jobs. Some organelles break down food molecules
THughes (X)
molécules alimentaires
Explanation:
tout simplement
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swisstell
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Local time: 14:39
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Je préfère MOLÉCULES DES ALIMENTS.

Merci
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4 +3molécules alimentaires
swisstell
3molécules des nutriments
jemo


  

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molécules alimentaires


Explanation:
tout simplement


    Reference: http://www.nantes.inra.fr./centre/unites-recherche/leima/
swisstell
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Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 494
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Je préfère MOLÉCULES DES ALIMENTS.

Merci

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molécules des nutriments


Explanation:
"Nos mitocondries servent à recharger les batteries (ATP) de nos cellules. Cela se fait en réduisant les molécules des nutriments et en créant de nouvelles molécules de CO2 et d’H2O2 à partir des atomes et des électrons accumulés." http://www.csrs.qc.ca/mitchellmontcalm/proj/ginkgo/23.htm

mitochondrie=mitochondria=:

Cells require a continuous supply of energy. Mitochondria are organelles where food molecules are broken down and energy is released. The energy is then stored in other molecules that can power cell reactions easily.
Just as a power plant supplies energy to a business, mitochondria release energy for the cell."
http://vilenski.org/science/safari/cellstructure/mito.html





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