A level Biology photosynthesis question

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Uyirpeariel
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ATP is produced when electrons leave the chlorophyll molecule and undergo a series of redox reactions, but what is the ATP used for? Does it give energy for chemiosmosis (I thought that energy came from photolysis) or provide energy for the light independent reaction or something else? thank you
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ATP is converted to ADP in the Calvin cycle to release energy for regenerating RuBP and a bit earlier on in the cycle
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during photophosporylation the ATP is produced as result of chemiosmosis and is utilised firstly to convert ADP + inorganic phosphate into ATP later ATP is used in dark reaction which occurs in stroma in celvin cycle to convert GP into GALP
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Moved to Biology, biochemistry and other life sciences
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