Where is Atp Produced?

ATP, or Adenosine Triphosphate is the energy needed for the enzymes and other cellular processes to function and it is produced during photosynthesis and cellular respiration. In animal cells, ATP can be produced through Aerobic Respiration (use of Oxygen) or Anaerobic Respiration (does not use Oxygen). Aerobic Respiration occurs in the mitocondrion with the Krebs cycle and it produces about 38 ATP per glucose molecule. Anaerobic Respiration can happen through glycosis or fermentation and it takes place in the fluid part of the cytoplasm.