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In the carbon reduction phase of the Calvin cycle, electrons from NADPH are donated to a metabolic intermediate to form G3P molecules.

Which statement is NOT true regarding G3P?

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    A.

    G3P molecules are involved in the regeneration of RuBP.

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    B.

    G3P molecules affect the activity of the enzyme rubisco.

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    C.

    G3P molecules have more potential energy than PGA molecules.

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    D.

    G3P molecules are used to synthesize glucose and other sugars.

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