In the common Calvin cycle diagram, it is commonly stated that "three cycles are combined to show the production of 1 molecule of G3P".
How does the G3P molecule escape from this cycle in one of these turns?
Is one carbon atom "released" from this cycle at each turn and the G3P forms in another reaction?
Or alternatively, is the G3P released at the end of the three "turns"? If this is the case, then shouldn't this diagram represent only one "cycle" of the Calvin cycle? : https://i.stack.imgur.com/mzizw.jpg