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Where are molecules from food involved in the cycle
4.1 Chemical Energy and ATP Where are molecules from food involved in the cycle.
Questions  Where are molecules from food involved in the cycle of ADP to ATP.
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This flowchart shows the different steps in glycolysis in detail. The top panel shows the
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Students will express curiosities surrounding the generation of cellular energy, through a written assignment.
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A process diagram shows molecules of glycolysis in three simplified steps. The molecular structures of
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This circular diagram depicts the chemical reactions of the tricarboxylic acid cycle. In a series
This diagram shows the different metabolic pathways, and how they are connected.
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Two schematic plots are shown side by side, comparing the amount of activation energy required
ATP (Adenosine tri-phosphate) is an important molecule found in all living things. Think of it as the “energy currency” of the cell.
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The chemical reactions for three energy-generating metabolic processes are drawn on top of aschematized
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