Cell Respiration – linklist

respiration1.pngHere’s a good one for an opener: no narration, just an action-packed graphic.

It comes from Dr. Meyer at Queensborough Community College.

Here’s a cracking step-through animation  – from John Burrell at Patana

Slideshare.net has collections of slideshows that can be viewed online:

Download the editable version here: cell_respiration_hl.ppt

Here’s another:

OK, here are some more animations:

Respiration is not breathing! – Tim and Moby (Brainpop)

Good tutorial with questions – University of Wisconsin

Simple overview – Herriot Watt

Flash Overview – UC Davis biosciences

Windows Media overview (very flashy, above HL) – Virtual Cell Animation Collection

Stage-specific animations after the jump (glycolysis, Kreb’s cycle and ETC, oxidative phosphorylation)

Glycolysis:

Very advanced (but you can isolate the stages of phosphorylation, lysis, oxidation and ATP formation) – from Trinity College Dublin

Another complex one – John Kyrk

Krebs Cycle & ETC:

Basic step-by-step – NSTA Sci Links

Citric Acid Cycle – Essential Biochemistry

Another one from John Kyrk

Oxidative Phosphorylation:

Brilliantly simple ATP synthase animation – St Olaf college

.. and another one – NSTA

3D ATP synthase (right click to save Quicktime .mov) – University of Connecticut

Basic enough – McGraw Hill

Good (jump straight to ‘make ATP’) – University of Connecticut

Step-by-step tutorial – North Harris College

Complete step-by-step – Purdue

Practice Questions:

Metabolism problem set – University of Arizona

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Posted on February 11, 2008, in Respiration and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Been searching for awhile for something like this great info very useful.

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