phosphoglyceraldehyde
PGAL   Blechepsin, Adygeya, Republic of, Russian Federation
 
 
PGAL or P-GAL is phosphoglyceraldehyde A chemical compound that serves as an intermediate in several metabolic pathways of all organisms. In photosynthesis PGA molecules were converted into PGAL by using ATP and NADPH from the light dependent reaction (photophosphorylation). One molecule of PGAL is removed from the Calvin cycles and combines with another PGAL to make a six-carbon glucose, and others convert to RUPB (ribulose bisphosphate) to repeat the cycle.
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