Energy-rich phosphates

Energy-rich phosphates --> high energy phosphates

Those phosphates that, on hydrolysis, yield an unusually large amount of energy; e.g., nucleotide polyphosphates such as atp, enol phosphates such as phosphoenolpyruvate.

See: high energy compounds.

Synonym: energy-rich phosphates.

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