After carbon dioxide has been joined to ribulose diphosphate

After carbon dioxide has been joined to ribulose...

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After carbon dioxide has been joined to ribulose diphosphate, a six- carbon   product   forms,   which   immediately   breaks   into   two   three- carbon molecules called  phosphoglycerate Each   phosphoglycerate   molecule   converts   to   another   organic 
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Unformatted text preview: compound, but only in the presence of ATP. The ATP used is the ATP synthesized in the energy-fixing reaction. The organic compound formed converts to still another organic compound using the energy present in NADPH....
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