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What is the function of proton pumps localized in the plant plasma membrane?

A) to facilitate diffusion of ions
B) to transfer phosphorus groups from ATP to proteins
C) to transfer metal ions across the plasma membrane
D) to transfer anions across the plasma membrane
E) to create a membrane potential

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Answer: E

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Many thanks to you.