Why Is Atp Important?


ATP, commonly known as Adenosine Trisphosphate, is important because it transports energy to various cells in the body. This complex molecule contains the nucleoside adenosine and a tail consisting of three phosphates.
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ATP which is Adenosine Triphosphate is important because it gives the cells energy to perform the tasks it needs to do to keep the body moving. It makes the muscles of the body move. Without it the cells would die and therefore so would the body.
ATP is important because the energy that is released, when its phosphate bonds are hydrolyzed, is the energy that is used to drive endergonic reactions in cells.
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