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    Paragraph 1 The quartz type Iron (III) Phosphate (FePO4) evolves with the changing temperature from 294K to 1073K. From this, the polymorphic transformations in iron phosphate as a function of temperature can be observed. From iron phosphate, all the iron and all of the phosphorus are in tetrahedral coordination to oxygen. All of the iron and the phosphate are in tetrahedral coordinates. It also has a very open structure and has a lot of empty spaces. This means that as the temperature changes…

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    The Citric Acid Cycle

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    citric acid cycle, also known as the Krebs cycle or tricarboxylic acid cycle, is central to the formation of usable energy forms in cells. This essay will give detail on how this is achieved and the cycle’s links to other metabolic pathways such as oxidative phosphorylation. It will also explore how the cycle functions in anabolic and catabolic forms while replenishing used intermediates before examining how the cycle is regulated. Introduction The citric acid cycle being named “the hub of the…

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    After stage one, there are both ATP and ADP molecules produced and after stage three there are two ADP molecules produced, a singular hydrogen atom, and a citrate. After the fifth stage, there are two hydrogen atoms produced but they are lost in the sixth due to oxidisation. Between the stages 7-10, two ATP molecules are formed. During glycolysis, the enzymes catalyse numerous reactions and they are controlled by the concentrations of the ATP, ADP, hydrogen+, and citrate. When it comes to…

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    Muscle Contraction

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    II.I How it is use? Muscle contraction requires the use of ATP molecules. Indeed, muscle cells are composed of contractile elements: sarcomeres. Muscle contraction is due to the slippage of myosin fibers on the actin fibers. For this, the head of the myosin binds to the troponin site of the actin filament. Then, an ATP molecule will bind to myosin to separate actin and myosin and thus allow its attachment to the neighboring troponin site due to hydrolysis of ATP in ADP + Pi. This creates a…

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    reactions to form carbohydrates, fats, and protein. Humans consume plants and other animals to obtain energy. The body then uses three pathways to supply energy to the body during cellular activities. ATP/CP energy pathway, glycolytic pathway, and oxidative pathway. The ATP/CP energy pathway provide anaerobic (requires no oxygen) sources of phosphate-bond energy. Creatine phosphate (CP) is high- energy phosphate molecules that are stored in cells and can be uses to immediately…

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    The cellular respiration is when it process to break down the glucose and other food molecules then it is presence of the oxygen which make and release the energy to the cell. The cellular respiration take place in the mitochondria. The energy that is stored in the cellular respiration is when the body have a bond between the second and the third phosphate, which is in the group of the ATP. As the cellular respiration has an electron from the organic compound the glucose and the used energy can…

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    For football, the requirement of this sport is not high than glycolysis and oxidative because of the movement. The movement that needed for this sport in ATP-PC energy is sprinting, jumping, kicking, dribbling, passing, catching (keeper) and heading. That the movement the needed for usage of ATP-PC. This energy system is use for high-intensity short bursts which mean it use in short period only and not for long period. For example, the players want to sprint to catch the ball. The phase from he…

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    current jobs due to burnout, which is caused by being overwhelmed and high interpersonal stress due to their work (Arnett, 2016). Another factor of work related stress includes dealing with unemployment after one involuntarily leaves their job and cannot manage to find another job (Arnett, 2016). Midlife adults tend to be unemployed longer than young adults (Arnett, 2016). Another threat to stress is financial stress, which is also unavoidable. No one enjoys dealing with their finances and…

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    Stress is defined in the dictionary as a “state of mental tension and worry caused by problems in our lives.” Everyone encounters stress in life caused by many different variables and we cope with in different ways. One way cope with stress is to notice how it can impact our body. Some people take to working out, eating healthy, taking breaks from what is stressing us out, or getting plenty of sleep which are all good ways to cope with stress people. Some of the negative coping skills take to…

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    Adversity is defined as difficulties or misfortunes. It can be said that due to the abundance of hardship human life contains, life goes hand in hand with suffering. There are those that are able to overcome the difficulties life brings and there are those that cannot. For many, willpower and determination are utilized to combat hardships summoned by life. In William Shakespeare's play, Hamlet, Shakespeare suggests that an individual can either rise above the hardships one faces, or let them…

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