Where Is Atp Made?


ATP (Adenosine-5'-triphosphate) is made in the mitochondria. It is a multi-functional nucleoside tri-phosphate used as a coenzyme in cells. It is used to transport chemical energy within cells to perform different metabolic processes.
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Production. Additional production sites beyond the Lyon facility are in Ploermel and Besancon, France. Babolat has six commercial subsidiaries: France, United States, Germany, Austria
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ATP is made in the mitochondria . It is a adenosine- dervied high energy nucleotide, used to transport energy to cells to perform different functions.
In order to know how ATP is made you may need to know a little about autotrophs. The reason is that ATP is made by autotrophs. An autotroph could be a plant, some kind of bacteria and some kinds of protists. You can find more information here: http://biochemistry.suite101.com/article.cfm/what_is_atp
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