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Reading The Institute by Stephen King
Updated: 10/16/2020
Reading  The Institute by Stephen King
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  • one of my favorite moments is when I read the Institute by Stephen King on November 29th 2019. This is how I am connected to Stephen King molecularly
  • First, light energy from the sun was absorbed by a dogwood tree. Glucose was created and oxygen was released from the plant via the chloroplast function of photosynthesis.
  • Then while Stephen King was writing The Institute he breathed in the oxygen released from the dogwood tree where the oxygen was used by the mitochondria to perform aerobic respiration and Carbon Dioxide was released.
  • After being exhaled the carbon dioxide was absorbed by another dogwood tree and used in photosynthesis to create sugar and oxygen . Then the oxygen was released back into the atmosphere and the sugar was made into ATP in the Mitochondria
  • Then as I sat in a chair on the porch watching the sun set I inhaled some of the oxygen the second dogwood had released and my mitochondria used the oxygen to create ATP for cellular respiration.
  • This is how I am connected on a molecular level to the writing of The Institute by Stephen King.
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