This is a very broad question. A huge part of biochemistry is centered around this very topic and there is no way to cover it here.
However, I assume you want to know how to fit everything into your training without screwing things up. I can give you a weekly template of Dan Pfaff, who is a brilliant track coach, to show you how he incorporates both lactate and alactic dominant sprints into a training week.
Monday- Alactic Sprints, Jumps, Weights
Tuesday-Technique work, bodyweight, medball and/or circuit training
Wednesday-Alactic Sprints, Jumps, Weights
Thursday-restoration, bodyweight, mobility
Friday- Alactic Sprints(low volume), weights
Saturday- Lacate Sprints, bodyweight
I can’t recommend Dan Pfaff’s work enough. You should definitely check his stuff out. It’s a lot easier to understand than slogging through a biochemistry book and trying to apply it.
Hope this is helpful.