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Connecting Concepts: Cell Biology/Thermodynamics 3: ATP

        

Connecting Concepts: Cell Biology/Thermodynamics 3: ATP

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Students solve a mystery: where does ATP’s energy go in the glutamine synthetase reaction? Students will: 1) “interview” molecules to learn how ATP’s energy was released and absorbed in the ATP-coupled reaction; 2) reconstruct events leading to and from a high energy reaction intermediate; and 3) identify which molecules (reactants, products, enzyme) got some of ATP’s energy.
Material Type: Simulation
Technical Format: Other
Date Added to MERLOT: April 06, 2005
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 31, 2013
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Submitter: Michelle Capes

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Flash Player
Language: English
Cost Involved: no
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Creative Commons: Creative Commons License
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Avatar for Marty Zahn
1 year ago

Marty Zahn (Faculty)

Part three of five interactive exercises that investigate the role of thermodynamics in cell activity. Illustrates ATP cycle and its importance in cells. This is a vital and not easily understood concept.  Very well written and well organized. Requires students to draw conclusions from information presennted.

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