ATP & Respiration: Crash Course Biology #7

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  1. J.K Vlogs

    J.K Vlogs7 jam yang lalu

    Everyone ignore this comment it’s for my notes ty 7:07. 5:46

  2. Luna

    LunaHari Yang lalu

    If it doesn't really interest you, It's hard! I got to go back a few seconds every time because the information can't enter my brain right

  3. Max Gargasz

    Max Gargasz3 hari yang lalu

    Hank Green talks to you like he's your super genius drunk uncle

  4. Fisher Jones

    Fisher Jones4 hari yang lalu

    My teacher told me to watch this 🤡

  5. Person Hi

    Person Hi3 hari yang lalu

    Good job on math test Fisher

  6. Person Hi

    Person Hi4 hari yang lalu

    Yes

  7. Fisher Jones

    Fisher Jones4 hari yang lalu

    Person Hi oh hi do i know you 🤡

  8. Person Hi

    Person Hi4 hari yang lalu

    Fisher!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Mackenzie Craner

    Mackenzie Craner4 hari yang lalu

    His philosophy courses helped me so much. But I absolutely do not understand any of his bio lectures. I'm sooooo looosssttt

  10. SABA MF

    SABA MF8 hari yang lalu

    BIO152 Mid Sem :(

  11. Gita Agustiguna

    Gita Agustiguna8 hari yang lalu

    Who from Indonesia?

  12. maya hatem

    maya hatem9 hari yang lalu

    When u keep rewinding till u understand the lesson and u know that tomorrow u will forget what u learned

  13. Bobby Poly

    Bobby Poly10 hari yang lalu

    you really need to get fit! lol

  14. Anessa Baker

    Anessa Baker10 hari yang lalu

    plz pray for me im watching this 5 min before a mid term but i got distracted reading comments

  15. Akselino the great

    Akselino the great10 hari yang lalu

    it's Chinese yuan, yen is Japanese

  16. Abi

    Abi11 hari yang lalu

    Did he combine Pyruvate Oxidation into Glycolysis or the Citric Acid Cycle?

  17. Calista xx

    Calista xx10 hari yang lalu

    On citric acid cycle, where CO2 becomes the byproduct. Correct me if im wrong, just basing on the the video

  18. Donald McIntyre

    Donald McIntyre15 hari yang lalu

    Chinese Yuan Japanese Yen

  19. maria lopez

    maria lopez15 hari yang lalu

    THAT. WAS. AWESOME!!!!

  20. Ian Davvexx Viernesxxzzs

    Ian Davvexx Viernesxxzzs16 hari yang lalu

    Can i get a TOTAL GENERATED ATP DIAGRAM pleaseee??? Anyone can help me...........i need that for my recitation on monday

  21. Kool Kids

    Kool Kids16 hari yang lalu

    I'm only in elementary school so I don't have to worry about exams,.. But I have to take I read, I learn and so on UHHHHHH

  22. Adam Wojcik

    Adam Wojcik17 hari yang lalu

    Aren't JEN Japanese currency ? Not Chinese ?

  23. Rohith Raman

    Rohith Raman17 hari yang lalu

    ATP is literally the currency of biological energy ATP = 80p (eighty pence)

  24. song s

    song s18 hari yang lalu

    I m in 9th class

  25. David Jones

    David Jones21 hari yang lalu

    just wonder if he really understands what he is talking about since he is ATP = atypic dude..?

  26. Frost Rusher

    Frost Rusher23 hari yang lalu

    Im in high school. This started very simple until the glycolysis part.

  27. Ndakwah Bechu

    Ndakwah Bechu24 hari yang lalu

    Is the kreb's cycle taking place in the matrix of the mitochondrion or the inner membrane ?

  28. C.L Mckenzie

    C.L Mckenzie25 hari yang lalu

    So humans naturally make citric acid 🤔

  29. kfudnaweehhhh

    kfudnaweehhhh28 hari yang lalu

    Hank you are awesome, learning a lot more here than I ever did in school

  30. Jessie G

    Jessie GBulan Yang lalu

    Cell bio exam in two weeks 😢🙏

  31. Varasram Duggu

    Varasram DugguBulan Yang lalu

    How many hydrogen ions make 1atp in ETS

  32. TPipkin97

    TPipkin97Bulan Yang lalu

    While the information in these videos is usually spot on, I just wanted to mention that ATP is NOT a stored form of energy. Whenever ATP is produced, it is used immediately.

  33. TPipkin97

    TPipkin97Bulan Yang lalu

    In addition, if you are brushing up for the MCATs, it is important to note 30 ATP for eukaryotes and 32 ATP for prokaryotes.

  34. grndragon7777777

    grndragon7777777Bulan Yang lalu

    Adenosine triphosphate Adenosine triphosphate Adenosine triphosphate

  35. Nicola Marino

    Nicola MarinoBulan Yang lalu

    I know I've wasted a lot of time when I begin playing these at 1.25

  36. J. Nguyen

    J. NguyenBulan Yang lalu

    I really needed you to break down Krebs cycle ALL the way down

  37. uumonki

    uumonkiBulan Yang lalu

    chinese yen??

  38. Slay Mone

    Slay MoneBulan Yang lalu

    Chinese Yen?

  39. Myriam A

    Myriam ABulan Yang lalu

    I wish I had this video 13 years ago when I got bio courses

  40. Evan Halpern

    Evan HalpernBulan Yang lalu

    Great video.

  41. Caitlin Kubina

    Caitlin KubinaBulan Yang lalu

    I'm confused. For the electron transport chain, we have 10 NADH, but the Kreb cycle produced 6 NADH, right? And glycolysis only produces two. Shouldn't there only be 8 NADH for the electron transport chain?

  42. poswithjess

    poswithjessBulan Yang lalu

    When I put this in slow mo it makes me feel like hes talking to me like an idiot hahaha

  43. Matt Flavell

    Matt FlavellBulan Yang lalu

    speak english ^_^

  44. Alexandra Marra

    Alexandra MarraBulan Yang lalu

    My exam is in 10 mins, when is yours?

  45. cellogirl11RW

    cellogirl11RWBulan Yang lalu

    OMG! I get it now!! Thank you so much!

  46. Alexandra Kamberos

    Alexandra KamberosBulan Yang lalu

    It’s been 7 years and I’m gonna need that enzyme puppet show now... 😅

  47. animegirl17

    animegirl172 bulan yang lalu

    it's Japanese yen, lol

  48. Dennis Molina

    Dennis Molina2 bulan yang lalu

    This video helps me realize that I am dyslexic with numbers

  49. Emily R

    Emily R2 bulan yang lalu

    Dennis Molina that’s dyscalculia

  50. Tunmise Fatunmbi

    Tunmise Fatunmbi2 bulan yang lalu

    Japanese Yen Chinese Yuan You are meant to be smart🙄

  51. Sarah Devenish

    Sarah Devenish2 bulan yang lalu

    4:00

  52. amazing facts x10

    amazing facts x102 bulan yang lalu

    Thanks

  53. woofpoof Dooley

    woofpoof Dooley2 bulan yang lalu

    Who else is hear just to learn?

  54. Anna da chicken

    Anna da chicken2 bulan yang lalu

    I love how he explained everything so its understanable and then everyone in the comments are flipping out just because he said chinese yen

  55. TheCulturedWind

    TheCulturedWind2 bulan yang lalu

    Nobody:When youre looking for a scishow video about your report on science class for tomorrow but you instead lost hope and click at a random video and saw what you were looking for. Me:Youre breathtaking!

  56. TheCulturedWind

    TheCulturedWind2 bulan yang lalu

    Nobody:When youre looking for a scishow video about your report on science class for tomorrow but you instead lost hope and click at a random video and saw what you were looking for. Me:Youre breathtaking!

  57. renu bajaj

    renu bajaj2 bulan yang lalu

    Why and does kerb cycle yealds to NADP+ AND NADPH

  58. WTF how bizarre

    WTF how bizarre2 bulan yang lalu

    Japan uses yen. China uses a different currency. But cells use ATP as chemically stored potential energy. Just saying 'energy' without specifying the specific type of energy is meaningless. It's like new age hippy nonsense like 'feel the energy all around you.' When ATP loses a phosphate molecule or more specifically a molecular ion, kinetic energy is released when the phosphate molecular ion is shot off from the ATP molecule, as well as an electron is released thus creating heat in the form of electricity. And you end up with an ADP then the ADP gets another phosphate molecule in the Krebs cycle during oxidative phosphoralation. So ATP to ADP and there and back again to ATP making it a cycle. Only if you don't have enough ATP does your body uses ADP for energy. When ADP loses a phosphate you end up kinetic energy from the phosphate shooting off the ADP which becomes Lactic Acid as well as heat from the loose electron. The Lactic Acid is why you 'feel the burn.' when working out. Having an acidic body is why you feel sore for a few days after working out. it takes time for the body to adjust it's pH levels back to pH 7.0.

  59. Diana Romero

    Diana Romero2 bulan yang lalu

    i was doing great in class till calvin cycle and cellular respiration were introduced, help lol

  60. outlander271

    outlander2712 bulan yang lalu

    NAD is a co-enzyme not an enzyme.

  61. Suman Saini

    Suman Saini2 bulan yang lalu

    Only if respiration was really this easy

  62. Gam

    Gam2 bulan yang lalu

    "chiNEsE YeN"

  63. Ariel Babichev

    Ariel Babichev2 bulan yang lalu

    2019?

  64. TheLegend28

    TheLegend282 bulan yang lalu

    Did he just call yuan "Chinese yen"?

  65. Dr John Pollard

    Dr John Pollard3 bulan yang lalu

    Where does the pretty molecule schematic at 1:13 come from? What do the dots represent?

  66. B-Cubed

    B-Cubed3 bulan yang lalu

    Who else zones out in the middle of this video. And then around 8:38 they focus and don't know where they are up to. Then you watch it again and again . and again.........

  67. lily

    lily3 bulan yang lalu

    help