How to use Atp in a sentence

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  • They generate ATP by the anaerobic fermentation of glucose to lactic acid.

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  • They convert energy from food into chemical energy called adenosine triphosphate, or ATP.

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  • This chemical reaction requires enzymes and glucose substrate to continue the energy generation, but like ATP and PCr, the available substrate and enzymes are limited.

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  • It is in important component required for ATP, which is what gives your muscles the energy they need to keep moving.

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  • Each cell can only store a very small amount of ATP and PCr.

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  • Some microorganisms however obtain their ATP by anaerobic respiration using a chemiosmotic mechanism where oxygen is not the ultimate electron acceptor.

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  • This special carrier of energy is the molecule adenosine triphosphate, or ATP.

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  • They are strict anaerobes and generate ATP by anaerobic respiration.

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  • The previous government had decided not to require the fitment of ATP on the privatized rail network.

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  • Since photosynthetic light reactions produce ATP, the ATP dependence of RuBisCO activation provides a mechanism for light-dependent activation of the enzyme.

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  • Luciferase This molecule is an enzyme which reacts with ATP to cleave luciferin, its substrate.

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  • The selected CD4 cells are washed on a magnet tray and then lysed to release intracellular ATP.

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  • Our present focus of research is thus to examine the mechanisms and sources of ATP release from the ventral medulla much more closely.

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  • The actin monomer can exchange bound ADP for ATP.

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  • The energy from the proton motive force is required to prise the ATP from the active center.

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  • This involves hydrolysis of the terminal phosphate of the ATP.

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  • In the first few seconds of exercise the majority of ATP is produced form creatine phosphate.

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  • If however an electric field is applied it has the effect of depolarizing the membrane and thereby preventing ATP synthesis.

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  • Other organisms can use fumarate reductase for ATP production by anaerobic respiration.

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  • Normally these proceed hand in hand, with the energy produced by respiration consumed by ATP formation.

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  • Studies have shown that three uncoating ATPase molecules will bind to one clathrin triskelion in the absence of ATP.

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  • Supported units reorganize or, if necessary, reconfigure the ammunition they pickup at the ATP for further delivery forward to rearm points.

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  • Metabolically, whenever your body converts fuel (food) to energy, the result is ATP (andenosine triphosphate), which transports energy within cells for metabolism.

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  • When you first start exercising or moving, your muscles respond to your body's movement by using adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and phosphocreatine (PCr) to release the energy needed for immediate movement.

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  • They produce your body's energy currency, adenosine-5'-triphosphate or ATP.

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  • Acetate is produced as the end product of a metabolic pathway that generates ATP by substrate level phosphorylation.

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  • When fat is converted to ATP, one of the byproducts of this metabolic exchange is the ketone.

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  • Obviously OV is parallel to the tangent to the path atP, and its magnitude is ds/dt, where s is the arc. If we project OV on the co-ordinate axes (rectangular or oblique) in the usual manner, the projections u, v, w are called the component velocities parallel to the axes.

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