The continuous movement of water.
It provides the energy necessary for the reaction to occur.
The kinetic energy of the molecules is the source.
Yes it can, but only as long as there's a supply of ATP (which provides the energy) and NADPH (which provides the high energy electrons) to run the process.
The sunlight provides the energy needed to initiate the light reactions of photosynthesis. This light energy will be converted into chemical energy.
Light provides the energy for photosynthesis to occur.
For evaporation to occur you need the following: Heat (energy), and water.
The amount of energy necessary to cause a chemical reaction to occur is called activation energy.
i think thermal energy and radiant energyPeAcE
breaking bonds requires energy.
None really. Photosynthesis will occur without the need to use ATP energy. Photosynthesis creates the ATP necessary for the Calvin cycle to function. The Calvin cycle produces glucose that is then used for cellular respiration.
Kreb's Cycle ( Citric Acid Cycle )
condensation that forms clouds
Heat, or energy, is needed for evaporation to occur. Energy breaks bonds holding water molecules together, making evaporation possible.
It cannot occur in the dark. It contains an enzyme called rubisco which is a light-activated enzyme. Also the Calvin cycle uses the chemical energy produced in the light reactions, and the light reactions need sunlight energy in order to produce the energy needed in the Calvin cycle. Hope that helps :)
Isolation Is necessary for speciation to occur.
a catalyst provides a different path for a reaction to occur To lower the activation energy of a reaction
For a chemical reaction to occur, there must be a mechanism by which the molecules in question collide, and those molecules must have high enough energy upon collision to cause a reaction to occur (in other words, they have to have an energy exceeding the activation energy).
Both cycles recycle the molecule needed for the first reaction.Both recycle the molecules needed so that they can occur again. Energy is required for both to occur.
Glycolysis is the breakdown of glucose in the respiratory cycle to produce ATP for cellular energy, which happens in the mitochondria.
It takes place in stroma. It produces glucose using captured energy
light energy, co2, and h2o and what comes out of photosynthesis is glucose (sugar) and oxygen