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potential energy
ATP
organisms need a constant supply of
ENERGY (ATP)
the ability to do work
ENERGY
energy storing molecule
ATP
molecules that have released energy
ADP
where plants get energy
CARBOHYDRATES MADE IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS
ATP --> ADP
RELEASES ENERGY
name of ATP
ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE
examples of activities within an organism that requires energy (ATP)
homeostasis, mitosis, growth, etc.
done anytime anything is moved
WORK
when a third phosphate group breaks off of ATP
ENERGY
ADP --> ATP
STORING ENERGY
name of ADP
ADENOSINE DIPHOSPHATE
where animals get energy
FOOD (carbohydrates)
cell reactions that break down food and release energy
METABOLISM
where energy is stored in ATP
PHOSPHATE-PHOSPHATE BOND
free energy
ADP
almost all the food we eat is broken down by...
DIGESTION
energy available to do work
FREE ENERGY
energy locked up in molecules and unavailable to do work
POTENTIAL ENERGY
energy molecule that contains 3 phosphates
ATP
energy molecule that contains 2 phosphates
ADP