- 4 ATP (including 2 from glycolysis)
- 10 NADH (including 2 from glycolysis)
- 2 FADH2
Getting to know the Organelle:
The larger organelles, such as the nucleus and vacuoles, are visible with moderate magnification, they were among the first biological discoveries made after the invention of the microscope.
A very informative site that educates you on these types of Biology information is this: https://msu.edu/~potters6/te801/Biology/biounits/cellstructure&function.htm Here at Mr. Potters Web site, you will learn quite a bit, and even have a diagram, explaining it as well.
Personally, I have found that writing about these things is not as easy as visually displaying them and seeing them. Seeing the cell diagrams, helps one to understand what it is you are trying to explain much easier, and see what goes where, kind of like a puzzle. Allow me to show you my simple example.
Although there is no such thing as a simple cell, I am going to share with you, a graphic of a simple cell, displaying the diagram and wording of what goes where. Once you see this, you will also see, there is no such thing as a simple cell.
I've included graphics to help show provide visionary explanations through out, I hope that helps.
As you can well enough see, visually, a cell is much easier to see and explain. Now you can see the cell wall, the cell membrane, and even the ribosomes, which I have mentioned in this paper. The advantage you have now, is you can physically ‘see’ where it is that they ‘should’ go. I wanted to share this, because seeing, helps to understand. Many people learn much better through visualization.
Now I would like to visually give you photosynthesis:
As you can see, the source is right on the page, Kids discover. The easiest way to explain things is so that children can comprehend them.
Without photosynthesis, life as we know it would cease to exist. The plants need sunlight, which create oxygen, and carbon, and many other things that animals and humans need to survive. Plants are not just on the earth, but they are also underwater, in rocks, and within the soil itself. Plants are everywhere, and they are what help us live and breathe and exist. Without them, and the sunlight, and rain, there would be no tomorrow. No life as we know it, no reason for being, no breath of fresh air. Nothing.
For a better understanding of cell organelles, I have decided to feature a graphic of that as well:
Again we see the ribosomes, and even the nucleus, but now we see the golgi complex. This I wanted to know more about, so I looked, so that I would physically see where it was located. Now I can further understand it better. To see, is to know, to know is to understand.
Inside of every plant, and every human being, and every creature, there are cells, structured with DNA, the DNA is coding which is the plans to form this creature, or person, or even plant. The coding, the DNA are the blueprints. The blueprints to the soul. We wouldn’t be what we are, without the genetic coding of DNA.
References and Resources:
My Son’s Biology Notes from High School. He still had them. He has his notes from all of his classes, and teachers. Rockledge High School, Rockledge Florida. He said he taught Biology to where he could learn it and they always defined the words in terms that were understandable, because they were an SLD (Slow Learning Disability) and ADD & ADHD students. The teacher made Science fun. This from my Son who hated School. Fact.
The graphics I simply typed in exactly what it was I was wanting to SEE and describe and share and learn, and sought out images only. I simply forgot to grab the URL’s. My apologies.
Helpful sight, which I referenced: https://msu.edu/~potters6/te801/Biology/biounits/cellstructure&function.htm