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Glycolysis and Cellular Respiration
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Videos

Cell Respiration Parody

It's a song about cellular respiration, set to the Black Eyed Peas. Normally, this would come with a "beware of cheese" warning, but we could listen to this thing all day.

MGMT + Glycolysis = Amazeballs

If you're more of a visual learner, check out the UC Berkeley site on endosymbiosis. We thoroughly enjoyed their "Weird Fact" sections.

Cell Animation TED Talk

If we could spend our lives watching TED talks, we would be perfectly content. Check out David Bolinsky's super accurate animation of a cell.

Dramatic Mitochondria

For a totally awesome artsy view of mitochondria, check out this video from Biovisions at Harvard. Cue dramatic music.

ATP in Action

It's a bird. It's a plane. It's…ATP synthase! Watch it do its thing.

Websites

Endosymbiosis from UC Berkeley

If you're more of a visual learner, check out the UC Berkeley site on endosymbiosis. We thoroughly enjoyed their "Weird Fact" sections.

Cell Library Fun!

As much as we love The Magic School Bus, we're pretty sure it's scientifically impossible to shrink yourself and explore the inner workings of a willing classmate. Here's the next best thing: some up close and personal photos of cells and the things inside them.

Myth of Lactic Acid Build-Up

People used to think lactic acid build-up in the muscles caused fatigue. Recently though, lactic acid has been cleared from this accusation and has found to be helpful. Hear more about it on NPR.

Makin' Yogurt

Want to do some fermentation at home? Make your own yogurt. Wait until you're 21 to try fermenting anything else.

Cell Respiration from Washington University

If you want more detail on the chemistry behind cellular respiration, Washington University in St. Louis has a thorough tutorial on oxidative phosphorylation. Sounds like a party to us.

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