Adenosine Triphosphate

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A-level BIOL4 Mind Map on Adenosine Triphosphate, created by prettypriyaz on 01/15/2014.

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Adenosine Triphosphate
1 Properties
1.1 Soluble
1.2 Involves simple reaction
1.3 Energy released in small amounts
2 ADP + Pi +Energy ==> ATP
2.1 Condensation
3 Synthesis large amount of ATP
3.1 ATP is unstable so it cannot be stored
3.2 ATP only releases small amounts of energy
3.3 ATP is needed for processes such as glycolysis and active transport
4 ATP + H20 ==> ADP + Pi + Energy
4.1 Hydrolysis
5 is an Immediate energy source
6 Adding Phosphates
6.1 Substrate level phosphorylation
6.1.1 occurs in plants and animals when phosphate groups are from donor molecules to ADP to make ATP.
6.2 Oxidative phosphorylation
6.2.1 occurs in the mitochondria of animal and plant cells in the process of ETC.
6.3 Photophosphorylation
6.3.1 takes place in the chlorophyll containing plant cells during photosynthesis
7 is the source of energy for:
7.1 Metabolic process
7.1.1 ATP provides the energy for synthesis of large molecules from basic units
7.2 Movement
7.2.1 ATP provides energy for muscle contractions.
7.3 Active Transport
7.3.1 ATP provides energy to change the shape of carrier proteins.
7.4 Secretion
7.4.1 ATP is needed to form lysosomes.

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