During cellular respiration the H+ gradient required for the generation of ATP throughchemiosmosis is established by:pumping H + from the...
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<ol><li>During cellular respiration the H+ gradient required for the generation of ATP

through chemiosmosis is established by:     </li><li><br /></li><li>A.  pumping H<sup>+ </sup>from the mitochondria to the cytoplasm.</li><li>B. pumping H<sup>+</sup> from the intermembrane space to the mitochondrial matrix.</li><li>C.pumping H<sup>+</sup> into the thylakoid space.</li><li>D. pumping protons into the chloroplast.</li><li>          </li><li>E.  pumping H<sup>+</sup> from the mitochondrila matrix to the intermembrane space. </li></ol>

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