Energy Sources and Energy for Life.docx - Energy Sources and Energy for Life Living organisms use three major types of energy sources These major three

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Energy Sources and Energy for LifeLiving organisms use three major types of energy sources. These major three energy resources are Phosphagen System, Glycolysis, and Aerobic System. The energy required for all type of physical activities comes from high energy phosphates which are converted into lower energy phosphates that are adenosine triphosphates to adenosine diphosphates and adenosine monophosphates. During this process a heat and energy are produced and as our muscles do not store much energy so we need to constantly resynthesize (Chwieduk 2003).During intensive exercises and in short term activities, a lot of energy should be deliveredto the muscles, making an appeal for ATP. The phosphagen system (likewise called the ATP-CP system) is the fastest approach to resynthesize ATP.The energy system required for all exercises like from thirty seconds to two minutes

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