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Unformatted text preview: a molecule that in comparison to another
higher phosphorylation potential -phosphate than accepts a phosphate. molecule does not hold onto certain phosphates as tightly, so more readily donates a
NADPH - the reduced form of NADP+. It is used as the hydrogen donor whenever hydrogens are added on to other molecules during biosynthesis.
a molecule with
ATP -activities within a both a phosphate to transfer and relatively high phosphorylation potential. The directional movement of phosphates from ATP to other molecules is used to power many
NADH - the reduced form of NAD+; it is used an an initial donor in respiring cells.
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