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I'm trying to think of some things for the science fair, for part of my experiment I need to know if Phosphogycolate build up in a plant can kill it. Also, are there any chemicals that may disrupt the enzymes which break down phosphogycolate. Thanks!

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  • $\begingroup$ Too late to tell you, but phosphogycolate doesn’t exist. $\endgroup$ – David May 18 at 19:18
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Phosphogycolate can break down enzymes needed in the Calvin Cycle along with other enzymes in a plant so that is a yes.l.

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