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What would be likely to happen if the interior of the thylakoids of isolated chloroplasts were made acidic and then transferred in the dark to a pH-8 solution?



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Asked by Plm, Last updated: Sep 12, 2020

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M. Kennedy

M. Kennedy

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M. Kennedy, Web Content Writer, Denver

Answered Jun 28, 2018

When this happens, the isolated chloroplasts will start creating ATP. Take note that ATP together with NADPH is usually needed in order to create photosynthetic cells. ATP is very important in the process of creating organic molecules from carbon dioxide and water that plants have access to.

Take note that ATP should be broken down further into ADP and then phosphate. This explains why ATP does not last for a long time. This can always have to be changed. These will be used by the plants in order to thrive more.

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John Smith

John Smith

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John Smith

Answered Jun 17, 2017

The isolated chloroplasts will make ATP.
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