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There are several systems in the human body can synthesize ATP for muscle contraction during exercis

Wood Yung Ah Construction2010-02-19 16:11:22 +0000 #1
In the human body has several systems can be synthesized ATP for muscle contraction during exercise the body needs?
Unfun2010-02-19 16:26:06 +0000 #2
human body, the total amount of ATP is only about 0.1 molar. The daily energy needs of human cells, hydrolysis of 200-300 Moore's ATP, which means that each ATP molecule to be reused every day 2000-3000 times. ATP can not be stored, because the post-synthesis of ATP must be consumed within a short time.

Living cells also has three other high-energy phosphate, such as guanosine triphosphate. Energy available in these three phosphate and ATP by the kinase catalytic reactions like transfers: When the phosphate bond is hydrolyzed when the energy will be released. This energy can be a variety of enzymes and transport proteins actin for cell activities. Hydrolysis also generates free phosphate and ADP. Adenosine diphosphate and can be further hydrolyzed to another phosphate ion and adenosine monophosphate. ATP may also be directly hydrolyzed to an adenosine monophosphate and pyrophosphate, the reaction in aqueous solution is highly efficient irreversible reaction.
g_g_n2010-02-19 16:47:19 +0000 #3
mitochondria! ! Is aerobic respiration, there is anaerobic respiration to produce lactic acid and a small amount of ATP, where the forgotten

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