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Contrast the roles of ER-bound ribosomes with those free in the cytosol

Human Anatomy & Physiology | 9th Edition | ISBN: Human Anatomy & Physiology | Authors: Elaine N. Marieb, Katja N. Hoehn ISBN: Human Anatomy & Physiology 419

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Contrast the roles of ER-bound ribosomes with those free in the cytosol.

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Plant Physiology Exam 4 Study Guide Accumulation and partitioning of photosynthesis­ starch and sucrose ­fate of triose phosphates produced as a result of the Calvin­Benson cycle ­remain in chloroplast or exported to cytosol ­in either site they are converted to hexose (6C) sugars ­hexose sugars are used for either starch (chloroplast) or sucrose (cytosol) synthesis (or respiration or growth) Starch synthesis ­begins with hexose phosphate pools produced by the PCR (CB) cycle (regen phase) ­Fructose­6­phosphate is converted to glucose­1 phosphate isomerase…. ­Synthesized into the stroma of plastids in 2 principle structures ­amylose (linear glucose polymer with alpha 1, 4 linkages) and amylopecti

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Textbook: Human Anatomy & Physiology
Edition: 9
Author: Elaine N. Marieb, Katja N. Hoehn
ISBN: Human Anatomy & Physiology

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Contrast the roles of ER-bound ribosomes with those free in the cytosol