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Baby ATP!<br />Megan Rafferty<br />
What Elements Make up ATP?<br />Oxygen<br />Carbon<br />Nitrogen<br />Phosphorus<br />Hydrogen<br />
Subunits/Functional Groups<br />Adenine<br />Phosphate Group<br />Ribose<br />
Organic Compound Type (Family)<br />Nucleotide<br />
Functions of Nucleotides<br />Components of DNA and RNA<br />Building blocks of a nucleic acid<br />Carries chemical energ...
Functions<br />1. Primary energy source for the cell<br />2. Moving substances<br /> across a cell membrane<br />3. Contra...
List three or more reasons you feel you would make a good parent to ATP(how it supports your life would be a good start)<b...
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  1. 1. Baby ATP!<br />Megan Rafferty<br />
  2. 2. What Elements Make up ATP?<br />Oxygen<br />Carbon<br />Nitrogen<br />Phosphorus<br />Hydrogen<br />
  3. 3. Subunits/Functional Groups<br />Adenine<br />Phosphate Group<br />Ribose<br />
  4. 4. Organic Compound Type (Family)<br />Nucleotide<br />
  5. 5. Functions of Nucleotides<br />Components of DNA and RNA<br />Building blocks of a nucleic acid<br />Carries chemical energy in the cell<br />
  6. 6. Functions<br />1. Primary energy source for the cell<br />2. Moving substances<br /> across a cell membrane<br />3. Contract muscles<br />4. Generate electricity in nerves<br />
  7. 7. List three or more reasons you feel you would make a good parent to ATP(how it supports your life would be a good start)<br />ATP is necessary for survival. ATP is the most widely distributed high-energy compound within the human body and every single organism uses it.<br />
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