Which of the following statement is incorrect about ATP? - Biology

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Which of the following statement is incorrect about ATP?

Options

  • The term ATP was coined by Dutrochet.

  • ATP is a simple, biological, unstable form of energy.

  • ATP is called a molecule of chemical nucleotide.

  • ATP is produced during respiration and acts as energy coins for various energy-requiring processes of cells.

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Solution

The term ATP was coined by Dutrochet.

Explanation:

The phrase "ATP was coined by Dutrochet" is inaccurate and should be altered to "ATP was coined by Karl Lohmann." Rest statements regarding ATP are correct.

Concept: Formation of ATP
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