where does formation of glycine take place in C3 plant during photorespiration

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Glycine is formed in peroxisomes during photorespiration, which further enters mitochondria and forms serine, CO2 and NH3. The ultimate aim is to form  3-phosphoglyceric acid (PGA) which is an intermediate of the Calvin cycle.

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