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How does the electron transport chain work during the Calvin Cycle?
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There are only 3 points where ATP are produced, right?

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3 years ago

I think there's onl two because during the calbin cycle, ATP is produced after the 3-phosphoglycerate and after phase 3 (which is regeneration of the CO2 acceptor) ... thats according to a diagram in my bio book. Only 3 ATP are produced each time making 6 total.



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