In what parts of the cell is cellular respiration carried out?

Cellular respiration is carried out in three stages.

The first stage is preparatory, in which the polymers are cleaved to monomers.

The second stage is glycolysis (the process of splitting glucose with the formation of ATP), which occurs in the cytoplasm of the cell.

The third stage is oxygen. In mitochondria, PVA (pyruvic acid) is oxidized.

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