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What process in the celll need energy from ATP


Question asked by: will3610

Asked on: 05 Apr 2010

All cellular processes that would not occur chemically with no energy input require energy in order to happen.

This means that practically all chemical reactions that occur within the cell require some sort of energy to help them occur or to move molecules etc into the places where they react as necessary for the cell or part of the cell to carry out that particular function at that particular place and time.

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Replied at: 05 Apr 2010
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