Which of the following events are associated with chemiosmosis in chloroplasts?

Which of the following events are associated with chemiosmosis
in chloroplasts? Which of the following events are associated with
chemiosmosis in chloroplasts? The pH of the stroma decreases and
ATP is hydrolyzed. The pH of the cytoplasm outside the chloroplast
decreases and ATP is synthesized. The pH of the thylakoid space
increases and ATP is synthesized. The pH of the stroma increases
and ATP is synthesized.

The event associated with chemiosmosis in chloroplast is T
The pH of the thylakoid space increases and ATP is
synthesized.
Steps involved in this process
1. The protons form the stroma are pumped into the intratylakoid
sac.
2. A pH gradient generates between the inside and the outside of
the intrathylakoid sac. Inside high H+ concentration
(lower pH)
3. pH gradient helps formation of free energy.
4. H+ crosses back across the membrane through the CF
complex.
5. CF contains ATPase which produces ATP fromn ADP and P.
6. 3 H+ pass through the CF to make 1 ATP,
7. The source of H+ and electrons is water.
8. NADP is the final electron acceptor producing NADPH

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