Why Is Mitochondria Important?

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Mitochondria are important as they play a big role in energy production. Most of the cell's ATP production happens here, where they are broken down to give the cells the energy they require to live and carry out their function.
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Mitochondria are known as power house of the cell. They play a vital role in generating energy for the cell that is required to carry out different cellular activities.
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