The Calvin Cycle is the correct answer.
During photosynthesis, these autotrophs use light energy to power chemical reactions that convert carbon dioxide and water into oxygen and energy-rich carbohydrates such as sugars and starches.
The two reactions that occur during photosynthesis are a light reaction and a dark reaction.
A plant produces oxygen and carbohydrates, such as sucrose, glucose, or starch during photosynthesis.
Glucose and Oxygen is made during Photosynthesis. Added: Carbohydrates (starch, cellulose) AND oxygen
Carbohydrates (starch, cellulose) AND oxygen
We call it carbohydrates. It is the glucose.
the splitting of water in the light dependent reactions of photosynthesis.
Carbohydrates (starch, cellulose) AND oxygen.
carbohydrates which are produced during photosynthesis
well the plant of course will grow from sun....,but there are alot of reactions during photosynthesis what plants get from Photosynthesis are mainly Hexose, Starch, H2O, and Oxygen
Water is split during light reactions to release oxygen.
light reactions I hope this helped ^^
The energy formed in the light reactions of photosynthesis is used to convert carbon dioxide into glucose during the Calvin cycle (dark reactions).
the thylakoid membranes of the chloroplasts
during the light reactions of photosynthesis
carbon dioxide fixation
yes Glucose is produced during photosynthesis.Glucose is a carbohydrate
No starch is not needed in photosynthesis,instead it is being synthesized during the process of photosynthesis in the dark reactions. MVH-Hitler
Oxygen is a byproduct of photosynthesis. It is released during the light dependent reactions and comes from the reaction of water with carbon dioxide.
ATP molecules are made during the light-independent reactions of photosytesis?