In cell A of a multicellular organism, there are 10 mitochondria per unit volume of cytoplasm, and in cell B of the same organism

In cell A of a multicellular organism, there are 10 mitochondria per unit volume of cytoplasm, and in cell B of the same organism, there are 10 times more mitochondria per unit volume of cytoplasm. What can be assumed about the differences between cells A and B based on this information?

In mitochondria, the formation and storage of energy occurs during the transformation of complex organic substances into simpler ones. It can be assumed that if cell B has a lot of mitochondria, it means that processes occur in it that consume energy, for example, the creation (biosynthesis) of proteins, or a lot of organic substances have entered the cell and they need to be processed and stored with energy for future use.

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