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marylou004

  • one year ago

Help please. If the concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) outside of the thylakoids were equal to the concentration of H+ inside the thylakoids, how would it affect the chloroplasts? The chloroplasts would release excess O2. The chloroplasts would be unable to generate ATP. The chloroplasts would make more glucose molecules. The chloroplasts would make more NADPH than usual.

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  1. marylou004
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    Is the 2nd answer correct?

  2. nincompoop
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    correct

  3. marylou004
    • one year ago
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    Thank you so much

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