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Figure Q14–21 summarizes the circuitry used by mitochondria and chloroplasts to interconve

Figure Q14–21 summarizes the circuitry used by mitochondria and chloroplasts to interconvert different forms of energy. Is it accurate to say A. that the products of chloroplasts are the substrates for mitochondria? B. that the activation of electrons by the photosystems enables chloroplasts to drive electron transfer from H2O to carbohydrate, which is the opposite direction of electron transfer in the mitochondrion? C. that the citric acid cycle is the reverse of the normal carbon-fixation cycle?

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