What is the role of ATP in muscle contraction?

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ATP is an acronym for adenosine triphosphate. The role of ATP in muscle contraction is to shorten actin and myosin filament crossbridges and hence facilitate muscle contraction. This is a primary energy requirement that is necessary for locomotion.
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