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If a group of cells does not have enough ATP, what happens to the organ?


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Cells obtain energy in the form of ATP. ATP transfers chemical energy from the energy rich substances in the cell to the cell's energy requiring reactions. When ATP breaks down, the energy created is used by the cell for processes such as active transport, DNA replication and muscle contraction. Without ATP the cell would not have enogh energy and would not beable to carry out tasks that are needed for life.


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