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    (Original post by baymax96)
    In the Calvin cycle, is GP reduced by reduced nadp and phosphorylated by ATP?
    yes it is
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    (Original post by baymax96)
    In the Calvin cycle, is GP reduced by reduced nadp and phosphorylated by ATP?
    Technically , GP is oxidised and NADP is reduced
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    (Original post by KingPiccy)
    Technically , GP is oxidised and NADP is reduced
    Is it GP or TP that is phosphorylated? I can't remember which molecule gets Pi
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    (Original post by KingPiccy)
    Technically , GP is oxidised and NADP is reduced
    No, reduced NADP isn't reduced again in the Calvin Cycle. The point is you regenerate NADP so then NADP goes back to the light dependent stage.
    Hence GP is reduced to TP, hence reduced NADP is simultaneously oxidised, to NADP.


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    (Original post by KingPiccy)
    Technically , GP is oxidised and NADP is reduced
    I don't get that because reduced NADP is reoxidised to NADP so therefore GP is reduced right? or am i wrong :s
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    (Original post by Hilton184)
    No, reduced NADP isn't reduced again in the Calvin Cycle. The point is you regenerate NADP so then NADP goes back to the light dependent stage.
    Hence GP is reduced to TP, hence reduced NADP is simultaneously oxidised, to NADP.




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    yeah that's what I thought too
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    (Original post by Hilton184)
    No, reduced NADP isn't reduced again in the Calvin Cycle. The point is you regenerate NADP so then NADP goes back to the light dependent stage.
    Hence GP is reduced to TP, hence reduced NADP is simultaneously oxidised, to NADP.


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    Oh i thought you made reduced NADPH in calvin but it turns out NADP is made, my bad.
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    any tips to make prevent falling asleep before the exam
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    (Original post by ChoccyPhilly)
    Is it GP or TP that is phosphorylated? I can't remember which molecule gets Pi
    Both
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    (Original post by KingPiccy)
    Oh i thought you made reduced NADPH in calvin but it turns out NADP is made, my bad.

    Btw its Reduced NADP or NADPH
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    (Original post by chyns)
    Can someone answer this pleaseeeee.
    t_sparrow
    There is nothing on respirometers in the spec and there havent been any questions on it. They shouldnt ask it without giving background info.

    EDIT: Dont know if someone answered already, didnt refresh the page lol
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    (Original post by Faithams)
    t_sparrow
    There is nothing on respirometers in the spec and there havent been any questions on it. They shouldnt ask it without giving background info.

    EDIT: Dont know if someone answered already, didnt refresh the page lol
    you know what ocr is like they come up with random stuff sometimes but thank you haha, I actually came across it in a unit4 pack so not sure if it was an old question
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    is the role of the distal conveluted tubule just to adjust urine levels before entering the collecting duct? because compared to the PCT it doesn't seem that important
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    has everyone memorised the structure of NAD?
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    (Original post by WBN)
    is the role of the distal conveluted tubule just to adjust urine levels before entering the collecting duct? because compared to the PCT it doesn't seem that important
    I think it does this by reabsorbing water
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    (Original post by Rich*****)
    I actually know some stuff in F214 *high five*


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    F214:whip:
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    (Original post by BioAgent)
    has everyone memorised the structure of NAD?
    nope
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    (Original post by bakedbeans247)
    nope
    I dont think they will ask us anyway never seen it before.
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    Do you guys think this is going to be harder than last years paper or not?
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    (Original post by chyns)
    thanks!!! gd luck for tomorrow
    no problem! and you too
 
 
 
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