22PT HOW THE GLYCOSIDES and CITRIC ACETYL ACETATES 71HI
  BECOME THE STORED GRANULES IN OUR MITOCONDRIA
THE TEN CRYSTALIZING SUGARS,
USED IN OUR CELL MITOCONDRIA,
 NEAR THEIR RELATED ACETYL ACETATES.








SOON AFTER THAT, OTHER SCIENTISTS DISCOVERED,
THAT, THE INTER-RELATED,INNER SPACES OR SECTIONS,
OF OUR MITOCONDRIA, HAVE SUGAR ESTERS,THAT BOND TO,
THE FOSFATES, FLAVINS & NUCLEOSIDES, IN THOSE SPACES,
TO MAKE THEM, INTO THE CRYSTALIZED STORAGE GRANULES,
THAT ARE FOUND, ON THE CRISTAE FOLDS, DIVIDING WALLS and,
THE OUTER,DOUBLE MEMBRANE WALLS OF OUR MITOCONDRIA.
IN ANOTHER GROUP OF STUDYS, IT WAS ALSO DISCOVERED,
THAT  EACH OF THESE,TEN  SUGARS,HAVE A SIMILAR ACIDITY,,
TO THE TEN ACETYL ACETATES,THAT MAINTAIN THE PH OF EACH
OF THE INTER-RELATED MATRIX SPACES,IN OUR MITOCONDRIA.
THESE STUDYS,MADE AT THE KREBS INSTITUTE OF METABOLICS,
IN THE CITY OF TRIESTE, FROM 1974-88, WERE SUPERVISED BY
A YOUNG INDIAN SCIENTIST, WHO WAS ONE OF CERENKOV'S
FORMER STUDENTS,IN RUSSIA.and SOON AFTER THAT,
HE BECAME, THE DIRECTOR OF THE KREBS INSTITUTE IN INDIA,
WHICH HAS HELPED US, TO COMPLETELY RE-FORMULATE,
THE GROUP OF HYPOTHESIS, CALLED THE CITRIC ACID CYCLE,
OF ADENOSINE TRI-FOSFATE CREATION, INTO A MORE COHERENT
GROUP OF CHEMISTRY CONCEPTS, THAT CAN BE REPRODUCED
IN LABORATORYS, WITHOUT SPECIAL EQUIPMENT and CAN ALSO BE,
LEARNED BY STUDENTS and TECHNICIANS, WITHOUT DIFFICULTY

24PT THE INTERNAL ACTIVITY OF OUR MITOCONDRIA 52HI
 
ENTRY and STORAGE LOCATIONS
OF THOSE COMPONENTS WHICH,
WE STORE IN OUR MITOCONDRIA

THESE OBSERVATIONS HAVE BEEN,
VERIFIED BY EACH OF THE TEAMS,
OF RESEARCHISTS INSTRUCTED,
BY DR.KREBS OVER 20 YEARS..


WHEN HANS KREBS,TAUGHT US, HOW TO STUDY,THE FLAVINS and,
THE ADENOSINE DI and TRI FOSFATES, HE ALWAYS WORKED
TO ELIMINATE, THE SEPARATE MATRIX SECTIONS, IN ORDER,TO HAVE,
A POOL OF INCOMING NAD, ADP, ATP, FAD, CoA and FOSFATES, FROM,
THE OTHER 9 SECTIONS,TO USE,TO DEMONSTRATE,HIS ACETYL CoA and
CITRIC ACID, ELECTRON TRANSPORT, CHEMISTRY CONCEPTS WITH.
WHICH DESTROYED,THE ABILITY OF THE MITOCHONDRIA,TO RETURN,
TO THEIR NATURAL SYSTEM OF REVITALIZING,THEIR STORED FLAVINS
and NUCLEOSIDES, THAT, HEALTHY PERSONS, RELY UPON, IN ORDER,
TO LIVE THRU,THE FOUR SEASONS,WITHOUT HAVING TO RELY UPON,
STIMULANTS OR EXPENSIVE SUPPLEMENTS.
LATER CERENKOV, THE DIRECTOR OF THE KREBS INSTITUTE OF RUSSIA
HELPED US,TO DEVELOPED METHODS FOR PRESERVING,THE INTEGRITY
OF THE OUTER, DOUBLE WALLED MEMBRANE OF THE MITOCONDRIA and
NEARBY ORGANELES,  WHICH MADE CLEAR TO US THAT,
HUMAN MITOCONDRIA, STORE CHEMICALS, AS SHOWN LEFT,
WHEREIN, THE NUCLEIC ACIDS, DNA, RIBOSOMES and CoA ,
ARE DISTRIBUTED AT ONE END and THE FOSFATES, PYRUVATE,
and NEEDED GLYCOSIDES, GLYCO-PROTEINS and LIPIDS, ARE STORED
AT THE OPPOSITE,LESS ACID, END OF THE MITOCONDRIA,
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SPECIFIC SPECIALIZED SECRETORY CELLS,
IN OUR LIVER, LUNGS and BRAIN, WHICH,IN ADDITION,STORE A FEW,
OMEGA 3 LIPIDS, IN SECTIONS 1,7, 9,FOR THEIR SPECIFIC NEEDS.


24PT THE CYCLES OF INTERNAL ACTIVITY OF OUR MITOCONDRIA 51HI
DAY 1 OF THE DAILY CYCLES
OF ACTIVITY OF OUR MITOCONDRIA

REFERENCE DATA FOR DAY 1
           FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
           COLLEGE OF MEDICINE & HISTOLOGY
           PORTLAND,OREGON, USA



1.1  AT NOON, OF FIRST DAY
         PYRUVATE ENTERED SECTION 1
1.2  AT 2:45  SIX OMEGA THREE LIPIDS,MASSED NEAR
         TO THE END OF THE FIRST SECTION.
1.3  AT 3:23  FIVE OMEGA SIX LIPIDS, JOINED THEM and
         THEY ALL,SLOWLY, MOVED INTO SECTIION 2.
         AT 3:45 FRUCTOSE & TALOSE MOLECULES
         MASSED NEAR TO SECTION TWO
         AT 4:05 THE GLYCO-SIDES ENTERED SECTION 2
1.4  AT 4:55  TWO RIBOSOMES APPROACHED SECTION 10
         AT 6:45  THE RIBOSOMES SEPARATED and BEGAN,
        TO ENTER SECTIONS 7 and 10
1.5  AT 7:10  LARGE HEXA-CYCLIC FLAVIN DI-NUCLEOTIDES,
         WERE EACH CARRIED BY SEPARATE TRANSFERASES
         TO THE END OF SECTION 10
         AT 7:50 THE FAD ENTERED SECTION 10, WHERE CITRATE,
         MAINTAINED A SAFE, PROTECTIVE FLUID INTERIOR ACIDITY
         AT 8:10 ARABINOSE MOLECULES, BEGAN TO FLOW
         TOWARD THE FAD MOLECULES IN SECTION TEN
         BY 9:10 THEY HAD ALL BONDED TO THE PLATE-LIKE,FAD
         AT 9:25 THE GROUP BEGAN TO FLOAT TOWARD
         THE OUTER WALL AT THE END OF THAT SECTION
         BY 10:00 THE FRUCTOSE & FAD HAD BONDED ONTO
         THE INNER MEMBRANE OF THE OUTER WALL OF,
         SECTION 10 and LARGE GRANULES, WERE VISIBLE
         ALONG THE CURVED FACE OF THE INNER MEMBRANE

 
DAY 2 OF THE DAILY CYCLES
OF ACTIVITY  OF OUR MITOCONDRIA

             REFERENCE DATA FOR DAY 2
            FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
            COLLEGE OF PHYSIOLOGY & HISTOLOGY
            PORTLAND,MAINE,USA
 
2.1  AT 8:00 AM, OF THE SECOND DAY
         FOSFORIC ACID ARRIVES AT THE SIDEOF SECTION 3
2.2  AT 9:27 FOLIC ACID ENTERS SECTION 4 & JOINS WITH
         THE RIBOSE THAT IS IN THAT SPACE, WHEREUPON,
         THEY BOND ONTO THE UPPER PART OF THE DOUBLE
         WALLED MEMBRANE,BETWEEN SECTION 3 & SECTION 4
2.3  AT 9:56 NAD ENTERS INTO THE SIDE OF SECTION 5
         WHERE FUMARATE MAINTAINS ITS 0.534%ACIDITY
         AT 10:20 ALTROSE ARRIVES FROM A LYSOSOME THAT,
         CONSERVES GLYCOSIDES FOR THE MITOCONDRIA.
         AT 10:55 THEY BEGIN TO FORM, ACIDIC NADH CRYSTALS,
         THAT BOND TO THE OUTER MEMBRANE OF SECTION 5
2.4  AT 11:20 LARGE HEXA-ADENINE TRI-FOSFATE MOLECULES,
         ARE CARRIED TO THE TOP OF SECTION 7 BY GROUPS OF
         GALACTOSE TRANSFERASES,WHICH THEN JOIN WITH
         THE ATF~ATP & ENTER IN THE 7th SECTION FROM ABOVE.
2.5  AT 3:30 PM - STAR AZINES ARE CARRIED TO THE TOP
         OF SECTION 8 BY GLUCOSE FOSFATE TRANSFERASES.
         EACH OF THE STAR AZINES, JOIN WITH THE PRECEEDING
         STAR AZINE,USING FLEXIBLE SECONDARY WATER BONDS,
         MADE WITH WATER MOLECULES,WHICH ARE MADE WITH,
         THE HYDROCSYLS OF NEARBY GLUTARATE MOLECULES
         & HYDRON IONS,TAKEN FROM THE HYDRON MOLECULES,
         THAT STUD THE OUTER SURFACE OF THE MITOCONDRIA
         AS A RESULT OF THE BREAKDOWN OF GLUCOSE.
         BY 11:00 PM THE PEPTIDES HAVE BEEN CREATED ABOVE
         SECTION 8 AND AS MORE GLUTARATE ACETATE ARRIVES,
         THEY MERGE, WITH IT & DESCEND INTO THE 8th SECTION.




 
DAY 3 OF THE DAILY CYCLES
OF ACTIVITY OF OUR MITOCONDRIA

REFERENCE DATA FOR DAY 3
FROM THE COLLEGE OF
PHYSIOLOGY & MEDICINE
EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND, U.K

 

3.1  AT 1:00 AM OF THE THIRD DAY,
 THE NEARBY FOSFATES MOLECULES,
         BEGIN TO ENTER INTO SECTION 3
         AT 4:00 AM THE FOSFATE MOLECULES,
         BEGIN TO MERGE WITH THE ERYTHROSE
         THAT LINES THE DIVIDING WALLS, TO FORM
         LARGE FOSFATE, CRISTAE, STORAGE CRYSTALS.
3.2  AT 8:45 AM  PAIRS OF TRANSFER RIBOSOMES,
 BEGIN TO BRING, AZO-STEROID,PROTEIN BUILDING
 AROMATIC AMINES TO THE SIDE OF SECTION 9
 AT 9:15 THE AZO-STEROIDS ONE BY ONE ENTER
 INTO SECTION 9,
 AT 9:45  THE GROUP OF FIVE RIBOSOMES IN SECTION 9,  
EACH OPEN AN ACCESS PORTAL  FOR ONE OF
THE AROMATIC AMINES,TO ENTER THRU & SLOWLY OVER,
2 HOURS THE FIVE TYPES OF AROMATIC AMINES
ENTER, THE FIVE DIFFERENT TYPES OF RIBOSOMES,




 
DAY 4 OF THE DAILY CYCLES
OF ACTIVITY OF OUR MITOCONDRIA

      REFERENCE DATA FOR DAY 4
      FROM THE ECOLE FRANCAIS,
      COLLEGE OF SCIENCES
      PARIS, FRANCE

 
4.1  AT 11:00 AM OF THE FOURTH DAY,
 MOLECULES OF RIBOSE MASS NEAR TO SECTION 4.
 AT 7:30 PM PLATE LIKE MOLECULES OF ADENOSINE,
 FORM WITHIN THE MASS OF RIBOSE SUGARS.
 AT 11:00 PM THE ADENOSINE ENTERS, INTO SECTION 4
 AT 12 PM THE ADENOSINE BONDS WITH
THE RIBOISE FOSFATES ALREADY IN SECTION 4,
WHICH FORMS,
THE VERY LARGE STORAGE GRANULES,
THAT HOVER,NEAR TO THE OPENING,
IN THE DOUBLE MEMBRANE CRISTAE WALL,
BETWEEN SECTIONS 3 & 4
WHICH WERE DISCOVERED BY THE YOUNG,
DR.HANS KREBS, EARLY  IN 1934
 WHEN THE ADENOSINE IS NEEDED,
THE GRANULES ARE  MOVE TO SECTION 6,
WITH GALACTOSE & GLUTARATE
WHERE THEY ARE THEN FORMED
INTO ADENOSINE DI-FOSFATE,(ADF~ADP )







DAY 5 OF THE DAILY CYCLES
OF ACTIVITY  OF OUR MITOCONDRIA



      REFERENCE DATA FOR DAY 5
      FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE
      CITY OF LIVERPOOL, U.K.
 
5.1  AT 8:35 AM OF THE FIFTH DAY,
 TRIPLET CODON TRANSFER RNA,
 GROUPS OF THREE NUCLEIC ACIDS
 ASSEMBLE ABOVE THE 10th SECTION.
 AT 9:30 AMTHEY DISSASSEMBLE & ONE BY ONE,
 DROP INTO THE TENTH SECTION, WHERE THEY,
 SOON BEGIN TO LINE THE WALLS. OF THAT SECTION.
 AT 11:00 AM THE 10-20 TRIPLET GROUPS ARE ALL INSIDE
 and THE SURFACE AROUND THE ENTRY PORTAL,BECOMES,
 COVERED WITH SMALL RIBOSOMES
 AT 12:00 NOON THE SURFACE BEGINS TO BE BATHED
 IN AMYLASE.
 AT THE SAME TIME AS THE ABOVE ACTIVITY:
5.2  AT 9:30 AM ALLOSE MOLECULES ASSEMBLE AROUND
         THE MIDDLE OF THE MITOCONDRIA,NEAR SECTION 6.
 AT 9:50 AM PLATELIKE HEXA ADENOSINE MOLECULES,
 ASSEMBLE ABOVE THE POOL OF ALLOSE.         
 AT 9:45 AM ADENOSINE NUCLEOSIDES ENTER SECTION 6,
WHERE THEY ARE MINGLE WITH GROUPS OF FOSFATES,
AT  10:10 AM  THE ALLOSE ENTERS SECTION 6 FROM
THE 3 TO 5 ACCESS PORTALS,THAT RING THAT SECTION
AND AS THEY MERGED WITH THE FOSFATES,THEY CAUSED,
THE FOSFATES TO BOND INTO THE NEARBY NUCLEOSIDES
WHICH OVER SEVERAL DAYS,TRANSFORMED THEM,
INTO CYCLIC, ADENOSINE TRI-FOSFATE NUCLEOSIDES.


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DAY 5 OF THE DAILY CYCLES
OF ACTIVITY  OF OUR MITOCONDRIA


REFERENCE DATA FOR DAY 6
   FROM THE UNIVERSITY
   OF PHYSIOLOGY & MEDICINE
CITY OF LONDON, U.K.
 
6.1  AT 5:45 AM  OF THE SIXTH DAY
MOLECULES OF REALDEN,D-THREOSE
MASS NEAR THE ENTRANCE PORTAL
OF THE MITOCONDRIA, NEAR SECTION 9
 AT 8:00 AM SEVERAL LARGE STRANDS OF DNA
 ARE TRANSFERRED TO THE PORTAL,
 BY GLYCERO-FOSFATE REINFORCED,
 NUCLEOTIDYL TRANSFERASE RIBOSOMES
WHICH WERE DISCOVERED BY COPLANS, WATKINS & CRICK,
DURING THEIR STUDYS OF THE INTERPHASE OF MITOSIS
AT 9:50 AM THE STRANDS OF DNA ENTER INTO SECTION 9
AT 10:26 AM THE STRANDS OF DNA BOND WITH THE TIPS
OF THE THREOSE MOLECULES TO FORM,
THE LONG CRYSTALINE GRANULES, THAT COAT
THE TOP & SIDES OF SECTION 9 & SECTION 10
WHICH WERE DISCOVERED BY EARL SUTHERLAND
IN 1955 AT WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY, DURING
HIS EXPLORATIONS OF THE CYCLIC NUCLEOTIDES and,
THE THREE RIBBONS OF RIBOSE FOSFATE HELIXES,THAT,
SPIRAL AROUND LARGE HEXA CYCLIC NUCLEOTIDES..
WHICH LED TO HIS RECEIVING THE NOBEL PRIZE IN
PHYSIOLOGY and MEDICINE FOR HIS DISCOVERY OF
HEXA-CYCLIC,ADENOSINE MONO-FOSFATE, AMF~AMP





DAY 7 OF THE DAILY CYCLES
OF ACTIVITY  OF OUR MITOCONDRIA


     REFERENCE DATA FOR DAY 7
     FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF
     SCIENCE & MEDICINE,
     SCOPJE, MACEDONIA
 
7.1  AT 8:30 AM OF THE SEVENTH TH DAY,
             LARGE CONICAL MOLECULES OF CO-ENZYME A
ARRIVE NEAR THE END OF THE MITOCONDRIA
AT  4:05 PM SIX ATF~ATP MOLECULES BEGIN TO HOVER,
ABOVE THE CoA.
AT 4:25 SIX PAIRS OF ACETYL TRANSFERASES ARRIVE
ENCIRCLE THE ATF~ATP & SLOWLY THE CoA MOVES
ONE BY ONE,INTO THE 10th SECTION.
AT 6:00 PM THE CONICAL CoA JOINS WITH THE ARABINOSE
IN THE 10th SECTION & BONDS INTO THE CRYSTALS OF
DNA & THREOSE THAT COAT THE WALL, THAT DIVIDES,
SECTION 9 & SECTION 10
AT 11:00 PM THE SIX ATF~ATP RETURN TO THE RIBOSOME
AT THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THAT SECTION, WHERE THEY
BOND WITH WATER MOLECULES TO THE OUTER SURFACE
OF THE RNA-MAKING RIBOSOME.
7.2 AT 11:46 PM  GLYCOPROTEINS THAT ARE TO BE USED IN,
        THE MITOCONDRIA'S OUTER MEMBRANE,AS PH SIGNALS,
        THAT ATTRACT, THE ARRIVING COMPONENTS, ARRIVE
        FROM THE SMOOTH SURFACED RETICULUM, NEAR TO
        THE OUTER MEMBRANE, WHERE THAT TYPE OF SIGNAL,
        GLYCOPROTEIN IS USED IN THE CELLS OUTER MEMBRANE.
        AT 12:PM THEY BEGIN TO ENTER THE SIDE OF SECTION 2
        & WITHIN A MINUTES THEY JOIN WITH THE GLYCOSIDES
        THAT ARE IN THAT SPACE,TO FORM LARGE GRANULES.
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THE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE WEEKLY CYCLE,
OF CELL REPAIR and MAINTENANCE COMPONENTS,
ABOVE, TELL US, THE ORDER, IN WHICH,
THEY ARE RECEIVED, BY THE MITOCONDRIA.
HOWEVER, HOW MANY ARE REQUESTED,
EACH TIME or HOW OFTEN, IS BASED UPON,
THE REQUIREMENTS OF EACH TYPE OF CELL.
THE NEED FOR CELL REPAIR and MAINTENANCE
COMPONENTS IS FAIRLY CONSTANT. IT IS SHOWN
IN THE ANNOTATED ILLUSTRATION ON THE RIGHT,
FOR OTHER THAN OUR BRAIN & LIVER CELLS,
WHICH REQUIRE THEM ALL EVERY 2-3 HOURS.
WHICH TELLS US, UPON REVIEW OF THE ABOVE,
WEEKLY CYCLE OF SEVEN ILLUSTRATIONS,
WHY THE MITOCONDRIA , MUST STORE,
MORE THAN HALF OF WHAT IT RECEIVES,
EACH WEEK, AS CRYSTALINE GRANULES, UNTIL,
A FEW MINUTES, BEFORE,THEY ARE NEEDED,
WHEREUPON, IT MUST DISSOLVE,
THE GRANULES' CRYSTALLINE SUGAR BONDS
THAT HAVE HELD THEM, IN PLACE ON OR WITHIN,
THE DOUBLE MEMBRANE, DIVIDING WALLS and,,
THEN,THEYALSO RESTORE,THE HYDRON ATOMS,
THAT WERE ELIMINATED, IN ORDER TO FORM,
THEM INTO SUGARED STORAGE CRYSTALS.
HOW OFTEN OUR MITOCONDRIA,HAVE TO TRANSFER
EACH OF THEIR CELLS MAINTENANCE COMPONENTS

     BASED ON REFERENCE DATA FROM
    THE MOUNT SINAI RESEARCH CENTER
    JERUSALEM, ISREAL 1954-2007