Cellular Respiration cycle story
Cellular Respiration cycle story 201630
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Cellular respiration Cycle stories Glycolysis Story Energy Investment Phase: Characters: Gluci= Glucose Fruci= fructose Important houses=SITES Neighborhood= Glycolysis Transactions of phosphate Story: Gluci started his journey through the neighborhood called Glycolysis. The first house he went into was hexokinase. Hexokinase gave Gluci a phosphate flower from his garden of ATP’s making Gluci very excited (reactive). Then Gluci went to visit another one of his friends Phosphoglycerate isomerase and he thought Gluci needed a makeover so he changed him from Gluci to Fruci. Now Fruci with his new found identity and makeover decided to pay a visit to his friend phosphogluctokinase who also gave Gluci a phosphate flower from his garden of ATP’s. After a lovely visit, Fruci decided to make one last stop at his enemy’s house Aldolase to make amends for all the conflict they had over the years. Instead of Aldolase accepting Fruci’s apology he cut Fruci’s ego down making him into (2) 3 carbon molecules G3P and DHAP (isomers of each other). Energy Pay off Phase: (disclaimer this isn’t really a story) Characters: Story: G3P Bisphosphoglycerate 3phosphate glycerate 2phosphate glycerate PEP Pyruvate End product: 1 Pyruvate 3 NAD+ 1 GDP 1 FAD
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