The chemistry of living systems representing all chemical reactions is called
The chemistry of living systems which represent all chemical reactions is called metabolism. Metabolism is defined as a set of all chemical reactions within an organism. The objectives of metabolic processes are to convert food energy into energy necessary for cellular processes, to synthesize the constituent elements of proteins, lipids, nucleic acids and certain carbohydrates (macromolecules) and to eliminate nitrogenous waste products. Catabolism and anabolism are part of metabolism that work together to maintain functions within the cell.
Catabolic processes (breakdown of macromolecules) are necessary for the release of energy (usually in the form of ATP) which is then used in the anabolism-synthesis of compounds needed by the cell.
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