• poopsiedoodle
Which of the following molecules get recycled during photosynthesis? NADPH and ATP CO2 and NADPH ATP and glucose Water and glucose
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  • saifoo.khan
CO2 is the answer for sure.
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  • Kainui
Wrong, not CO2! CO2 is consumed during the process and made into sugars! The whole point of photosynthesis is to take CO2 and H2O and turn them into sugar, C6H1206 right? What is really recycled in photosynthesis is NADPH and ATP. NADPH is shuffling the hydrogen around in the reaction and ATP is used for transferring energy.

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