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soccer example of cellular respiration

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  • Once upon a time there was a soccer team of six (carbon) (glucose). Three of the guys wanted a different jersey color, so they split and made their own team of three (glycolysis).
  • Soccer Field (Cytoplasm)
  • The yellow team is standing still (NADH) which makes it easier for the green team (Hydrogen) to guard each one of them (NAD+).
  • After a couple minutes of playing, the yellow team scored a goal (ADP) which took the yellow team a lot of energy (Pyruvic Acid). While the ball is being reset to the middle of the field the players get a little break (phosphate). Once the ball is reset, both teams are ready to play once again (ATP).
  • After a couple minutes of playing, the yellow team scored a goal (ADP) which took the yellow team a lot of energy (Pyruvic Acid). While the ball is being reset to the middle of the field the players get a little break (phosphate). Once the ball is reset, both teams are ready to play once again (ATP).
  • After a couple minutes of playing, the yellow team scored a goal (ADP) which took the yellow team a lot of energy (Pyruvic Acid). While the ball is being reset to the middle of the field the players get a little break (phosphate). Once the ball is reset, both teams are ready to play once again (ATP).
  • The players (carbons) split twice until they aren't crowded. The players stop guarding each other (CO2). (Krebs Cycle)
  • Half of the field= mitochondrion
  • Each player from the yellow team (electrons) has one of the players from the green team (hydrogen). (Electron transport chain)
  • A player (electron) from the yellow team got hurt so the coach (oxygen) will take him out so that he can get help. The coach will give the player aid that the player needs (water).
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