OK I apologize I did it again and overlooked a point and thus you sparked an interest, thanks. Metabolic Process In oxidations of glucose, as described in respiration, energy is released and is shown to be held within atp’s as reserved energy but we also know this reaction is what gives body heat to aerobic animals. So my question is 3 parts; 1) what reactions are issuing conserved energy and which are releasing heat?, 2) in what method (wave length) and 3) what specifies the parameters of temperature? I am considering the base elements themselves to begin with. The alkali’s have an issue with water and oxygen for example and carbon-12 can bond with just about anything in a reactive fashion. Can you help with this?