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A respiratory substrate can be defined as a substance which is oxidized to yield the energy necessary for cell maintenance and growth (Wohl and James 1942). As a result of its oxidation inorganic phosphate is esterified and labile phosphorylated compounds containing high energy phosphate bonds are formed (Albaum 1952)1. It is these high energy phosphate bonds which subsequently provide the energy for all kinds of synthetic processes in the cell, and their formation represents, from the physiological point of view, an essential part of the respiratory process.

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