Cellular respiration

Cellular respiration
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  • We also need Oxygen, which we get from breathing before we play. It is very vital if we want to make any note at all.
  • It all begins with glucose! We get that from sugar, which comes from delicious food.
  • Hello fellow band geeks! Today I will be teaching you how we use cellular respiration each day to play our instruments
  • ATP is a mix of three phosphates and one adenosine. In the process of Glycolysis, an ADP, which only has two phosphate adds an extra P, creating energy, or ATP. this happens throughout Cell Respiration
  • During this process, NADH and ATP are created. These will be used later on.
  • Glycolysis begins in the cytoplasm. Glucose is broken down into 2 pyruvates. This process doesn't need oxygen, just like moving the slide on my trombone
  • Now with two pyruvates, it's time for The Krebs Cycle.
  • Pyruvic acid is used to break down the pyruvates and prepare them for the next phase.
  • The Krebs Cycle happens in the mitochondria. There, the body uses Oxygen to create Carbon Dioxide. Which we use to breathe in and play "beautiful" music.
  • With the CO2, NADH becomes NAD+, another result of Cellular Respiration. The cycle also creates two more ATP for the cell to use.
  • The last step of cellular respiration is known as Electron Transport.
  • Here, ATP synthase takes place using the Electron Chain. The ATP synthase process creates many ATP for the body to use as energy through the whole day.
  • Hydrogen atoms are used to create water with products from the Krebs Cycle. Water is then taken out through saliva, and sweat, and urine (eww).
  • The first step of Cellular Respiration is Glycolysis, or the breaking down of a glucose molecule.
  • In this stage, Electrons filled with energy go through an Electron Transport Chain, releasing energy through every step.
  • Now a quick review. it begins with Glycolysis where glucose is cut in half. The comes The Keb Cycle where the pyruvates are boken down. Finally is ATP Synthase where everything becomes energy, water, and CO2
  • Now if you'll excuse me.
  • I'm going to do some cellular respiration and make music.
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