Posted by Shamaev on .
The driving force of ATP Synthesis at the location of athe ATP synthesis complex is the ________.
1. proton motive force
2. hydrolysis of ATP
3. phosphorylation of ADP
4. proton concentration gradient
I believe the answer is "1" because pmf is the driving force of ATP when ADP and Pi come together to form ATP. Not sure though, please help.
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I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
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