Chemical Energy and ATP Energy in glucose & lipids is converted into ATP –A–Adenosine triphosphate –E–Energy for work is stored in ATP bonds.

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Slide 1 Slide 2 Chemical Energy and ATP Slide 3 Energy in glucose & lipids is converted into ATP AAdenosine triphosphate EEnergy for work is stored in ATP bonds Slide 4 Energy and ATP Energy in glucose & lipids is converted into ATP Adenosine triphosphate Energy for work is stored in ATP bonds Energy released when 3 rd phosphate is broken off 3 rd bond unstableeasily broken ADP left over PPP ENERGY ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE Slide 5 Energy and ATP Energy in glucose & lipids is converted into ATP Adenosine triphosphate Energy for work is stored in ATP bonds Energy released when 3 rd phosphate is broken off 3 rd bond unstableeasily broken ADP left over ATP recreated with the addition of another phosphate group PP P ENERGY ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE P Slide 6 Energy and ATP Energy in glucose & lipids is converted into ATP Adenosine triphosphate Energy for work is stored in ATP bonds Energy released when 3 rd phosphate is broken off 3 rd bond unstableeasily broken ADP left over ATP recreated with the addition of another phosphate group Slide 7 ATP Digestion Purpose: Break food into useable molecules to create ATP High calorie foods will produce more ATP molecules Simple sugar Simple sugar Simple sugar Simple sugar Simple sugar Simple sugar Complex sugar Slide 8 Digestion Purpose: Break food into useable molecules to create ATP High calorie foods will produce more ATP molecules Carbohydrates commonly used to make ATP 1 glucose = 36 ATP 36 ATP Slide 9 Digestion Purpose: Break food into useable molecules to create ATP High calorie foods will produce more ATP molecules Carbohydrates commonly used to make ATP 1 glucose = 36 ATP Lipids 1 triglyceride = 146 ATP 146 ATP Slide 10 Digestion Purpose: Break food into useable molecules to create ATP High calorie foods will produce more ATP molecules Carbohydrates commonly used to make ATP 1 glucose = 36 ATP Lipids 1 triglyceride = 146 ATP Proteins less likely to be broken into ATP Amino acids are needed for other processes Slide 11 Energy on Earth Most life relies on sunlight directly or indirectly Directly: Plants Indirectly: Animals Exceptions: Chemotrophs Hydrothermal vents release chemicals called sulfides Unique bacteria feed on the sulfides to make ATP (chemosynthesis) sulfides Slide 12 Kobe Kuiz 1)Where is the energy of ATP stored? 2)How is ADP and ATP different? 3)Which process connects ADP and P to make ATP? 4)Which process breaks ATP to make ADP and P? 5)Whats the purpose of digestion? 6)How much ATP is created by a molecule of glucose? 7)How is chemosynthesis and photosynthesis similar? Different?

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