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Up to 60 percent of insect species carry a harmless type of bacteria called Wolbachia in their cytoplasm, the thick mixture of water, salts, and protein that fills every cell.
Some of the energy of ATP is used to maintain the structure and function of the mitochondria, but most of it is immediately sent out into the cytoplasm to provide power for other activities.
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First Known Use: 1857See Words from the same year
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