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When ATP is converted to ADP : :occurs phosphorylation active transport dephosphorylation
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anonymous
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im sorry never seen this before
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Usually only the outer phosphate is removed from ATP to yield energy; when this occurs ATP is converted to adenosine diphosphate (ADP), the form of the nucleotide having only two phosphates. ATP is able to power cellular processes by transferring a phosphate group to another molecule (a process called phosphorylation).

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@Raymaa ok thank you so much
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@Raymaa oki doke i will ^^

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