By Jennifer Stafford-Brown
Absolutely up-to-date to mirror the 2010 BTEC nationwide game specification, functionality and Excellence pathway, this new version of the bestselling textbook presents scholars with the entire wisdom, figuring out and talents to place them at the route to luck with their BTEC nationwide recreation qualification. Written through professional senior verifiers who've been concerned with the recent qualification's improvement. BTEC point three nationwide game: functionality AND EXCELLENCE moment version offers whole insurance of each point of the qualification and comprises: --clear studying pursuits and key studying issues --clear format with student-friendly available textual content --expert overview advice --even extra color pictures to supply even higher context for college students --clear mapping of data and actions to the appropriate go, benefit and contrast standards --practical case stories associated with overview
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The adenosine and phosphate molecules do not contain any energy; the energy is stored in the high-energy bonds and therefore to liberate energy we need to break down the bonds attaching the molecules. To break one of the bonds we need an enzyme called ATPase. When ATP has been broken down we are left with a second compound called adenosine di phosphate (ADP). A loose phosphate will also be created by the reaction. Unfortunately, we have very limited stores of ATP in the muscles and ADP cannot be broken down any further.
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