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Carbon dioxide and ammonia were added to pyruvate to make aspartate. What are the reactions that occur to form the aspartate?

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Carbon dioxide and ammonia were added to pyruvate to make aspartate. What are the reactions that occur to form the aspartate ... ammonia were added to ...
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carbon dioxide + arsenite + light energy → arsenate ... the light reactions were suppressed. ... The reactions also produce ammonia ...
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... of l-serine to pyruvate and ammonia, ... of pyruvate to l-aspartate may occur in both the ... to ammonium ion and carbon dioxide.
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