Photosynthesis Daquilia Frank

Photosynthesis occurs in two phases on is the light-dependent the light energy is absorbed and then converted into chemical energy in the form of ATP. Second phase is the light-independent the ATP and NPDH was formed in the first phase is then used to make glucose.

The Calvin Cycle is when energy is stored in organic molecules such as glucose. Calvin Cycle is also referred as the light-independent reactions.
First step of the Calvin Cycle is carbon fixation. The second step is the chemical energy stored in ATP and NAPDH. Third step is two G3P molecules leaves the cycle to be used for the production of glucose also known as sugar. The last step is an enzyme also known as Rubisco converts the left overs in the Calvin Cycle.

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