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During the light reactions: (a) What force is responsible for driving H+ into the thylakoid...

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During the light reactions:

(a) What force is responsible for driving H+ into the thylakoid space?

(b) What drives the H+ to leave the thylakoid space?

(c) How is the creation of a concentration gradient related to the formation of ATP?

Chloroplast:

The structure, which is a type of plastid containing two membranes and is present in the cells of the plant, is known as chloroplast. The thylakoids present in this are arranged to form grana in the cytoplasm.

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The hydrogen is pumped into the thylakoid space through the energy provided by the movement of electrons during light reactions. The removal of...

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