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Photosynthesis - 16 4 . Regeneration of Ribulose bisphosphate (RuBP) phase The regeneration of RuBP will use 10 of the 12 G3P molecules from the reduction phase of the Calvin cycle. Water and ADP are given off in the process. 10 (G3P) + 6 ATP ± 6 (RuBP) How the regeneration of RuBP works: The Regeneration phase of the Calving cycle uses 10 molecules of G3P in 2 sets of 5 each. The 3-carbon G3Ps are combined, beheaded, combined differently to form RuMP, which is then converted into the 5-carbon RuBP. One ATP is required to convert 1 RuMP to 1 RuBP. For each set of 5 G3P molecules: Combine
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Unformatted text preview: 2 G3P to get a 6-C intermediate CCC + CCC ± CCCCCC Remove 2 carbons from the 6-C intermediate ± 2-C + 4-C CCCCCC ± CC + CCCC Combine the 2-C with 1 G3P ± 5-C RuMP CC + CCC ± CCCCC The 5-C RuMP + ATP ± RuBP CCCCC + ATP ± RuBP Combine the 4-C with 1 G3P ± 7-C CCCC + CCC ± CCCCCCC Remove 2 carbons from the 7-C ± 5-C RuMP + 2-C CCCCCCC ± CC + CCCCC The 5-C RuMP + ATP ± RuBP CCCCC + ATP ± RuBP Combine the 2-C with 1 G3P ± 5-C RuMP CC + CCC ± CCCCC The 5-C RuMP + ATP ± RuBP CCCCC + ATP ± RuBP Repeat the process to regenerate the needed 6 RuBPs....
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course BIO 151 taught by Professor Edwards during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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