How does ATP drive endergonic reactions?


The process of ATP in cellular respiration drives endergonic reactions (a type of chemical reaction) in its energy receiving processes. Through ATP, energy is received and released. Engergonic reactions occur during the energy absorption process of ATP, using energy made available to the cell.
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