During The Calvin Cycle cycle, sugars are produced in the chloroplast.
No, NADPH and ATP are not produced by the Calvin Cycle. They are produced by the Light Reactions, and used during the Calvin Cycle.
Calvin cycle needs energy.This energy is obtained by ATP
The Calvin cycle is powered by the ATP and NADPH that are produced during the light reactions of photosynthesis.
6 NADPH are made in the Calvin Cycle during photosynthesis.
Sugars are produced during the Calvin cycle, which takes place in the stroma of the chloroplast.
Photosynthesis occurs during the calvin cycle.
Carbohydrates are produced.
The Calvin cycle is fueled by ATP and NADPH produced in the light reactions.
Kelvin cycle uses ATP and NADPH produced during light reaction .
Glucose is a product of the Calvin cycle. However, other sugars can be produced in the cycle, and ADP and NADP+ are also produced from the formation of glucose.
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ATP and NADPH
the splitting of water during the light reactions
No , it is regenerated in Calvin cycle .
None. The Calvin cycle uses ATP and results in ADP.
There can be up to 12 PGAL molecules during the Calvin cycle
It is true.