Cellular Respiration by Mia K.
By mialk, Updated
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Welcome to the Mitochondria
Lucy eats an ice cream cone. The ice cream cone has glucose in it. The ice cream enters her body, where it is eventually diffused throughout the body and to the cells.
After reaching a cell,a glucose molecule is about to undergo the first stage of cellular respiration which occurs in the cytoplasm.
C6H12O6 + 6 CO2
6 CO2 + 6 H2O + energy
Finn is a glucose molecule preparing to journey through the mitochondria in the second stage of cellular respiration.
Finn,Wendy the water molecule and Octavia the oxygen molecule are about to experience a chemical reaction. Together, they will form ATP and become energy for the cell and organism.
Cellular Respiration= ATP Other products of respiration are water and carbon dioxide.
Cellular Respiration is how cells break down basic food molecules such as glucose to release its energy. It is important to plants and animals alike.
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