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Photosynthetic algae create sugars that will eventually be broken down during which process? 1.glycolysis, during respiration 2.the Calvin cycle, during photosynthesis 3.electron transport chain, during respiration 4.the Krebs cycle, during photosynthesis

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  1. Rushwr
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    I think it should be glycolysis during respiration. I'm not sure though ! Of course the 4th one is wrong cuz during photosynthesis the krebs cycle won't happen. And also glucose is broken down in cellular respiration . SO photosynthesis ones are wrong so we are out of the 2nd and he 4th one. The main processes in cellular respiration are glycolysis, Oxidative decarboxylation of pyruvate and Krebs Cycle. So We are left with answer A But This what I remember but just check it for further confirmation. Cuz this lesson I haven't revised at all. ! But I'm pretty sure that 2nd and the 4th is wrong . That's for sure. !

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