URGENT ATP help please!Watch
So as part of my biology work is to research on ATP before we learn it in class and one question was:
What two processes are required to resynthesise ATP ?
I cant find a straight forward / specific answer on this on the internet and it inst in my textbook
I would really appreicate if someone could help me out here and any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance 😀
Photophosphorylation within photosynthesis, Oxidative Phosphorylation within respiration or Substrate-level phosphorylation (I think).
Can you also help me with this one;
What are the key features if ATP which make it an excellent source of energy for cellular reactions ??
- It provides an immediate, manageable burst of energy
- It releases energy in a single step reaction (weak phosphate bond)
- It can be recycled continuously
- It is a universal molecule in all metabolic reactions
- It easily diffuses through the cell cytoplasm and organelle matrices
phosphate(s) can be removed by hydrolysis
to release energy
energy released for reactions e.g. active transport
ADP can attach a phosphate (forming ATP) during respiration / photosynthesis
energy released in small ‘packets’ to prevent cell damage
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