The two stages of photosynthesis are Light-dependent and Light-independent production. Glucose production is only during periods of sunlight.
Glucose production occurs in the 2nd stage of photosynthesis, the Calvin-Benson cycle. The first stage of photosynthesis captures much of the energy from light in order to store that energy in the glucose.
When carbon dioxide and water mixes, at this stage glucose and oxygen is produced.
The Producation of Oxgen The last stage of photosynthesis is the production of glucose molecules. Oxygen is a waste product from this process, but glucose is the final product.
The production of hydrogen and glucose
The Mitochondria of an animal cell is responsible for producing ATP in an animal while the Chloroplast of a plant cell is responsible for producing ATP in a plant. More specifically, for plants, the Glucose which is produced in the light stage of photosynthesis (C6H12O6) is responsible for the production of adenine triphosphate (ATP), which is where a plant gets the energy to produce food in the dark stage of photosynthesis. The answer you are looking for is Glucose. The Glucose molecule is most responsible for the production of ATP.
it occurs in the stomata.
Glucose is made after the plant gets the energy to make it from the sun.
That would be Glycolysis.
Photosynthesis can be divided into two part: light reaction is the first stage of photosynthesis, occurring only in the presence of light, during which energy captured from light drives the production of ATP. dark reaction is the second stage of photosynthesis, not requiring light to occur, and during which energy released from ATP drives the production of organic molecules from carbon dioxide.
The cell uses captured energy to make sugars. It needs H2O and CO2. The materials move to chloroplasts. The chemical reactions result in glucose and oxygen production. Glucose is used by the plant for energy.
During the stage of photosynthesis, the exchange of gases occur in the leaves.
Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplasts of leaves during the light-dependent stage.
ATP and glucose.ATP and electron transport chainss
The Chlorophyll, which is located inside the Chloroplast
Stage 1: Break down of glucose Stage 2: Production of ATP
The dark stage of photosynthesis takes place in stroma. The 1 molecule of glucose is converted into glucose by an enzyme called RUBP or RUBISCO.(RUBP=ribulose biphosphate enzyme , RUBISCO=ribulose biphosphate carboxylase oxygenase)
Carbon dioxide is one chemical that is needed in order for the metabolic reactions of photosynthesis to occur. The first stage of photosynthesis is a light reaction where energy from light is captured.
The light dependent stage of photosynthesis takes lights energy and puts it into NADPH and ATP. The light independent stage uses this energy to make glucose and use CO2 from the atmosphere.
The products of Photosynthesis are : 1) Glucose 2) NADP+, ADP & P 1) Glucose is either used for respiration or stored in the plant in the form of Starch. 2) NADP+, ADP & P return to the Light Dependant stage for another cycle of photosynthesis.
The first stage of photosynthesis is the light reactions. This is when light is used to excite electrons in the photosystems and move them through a transport chain. The second stage is the Calvin-Benson cycle. This is where the products of the light reactions (ATP and NADPH) are used to make a complex sugar, usually glucose.
Photosynthesis is when plants, algae, cyanobacteria, etc. create energy with the aid of light. The presence of light is what instigates photosynthesis to occur since the "Light-dependent" stage is the first stage. Then there is the "light-independent" stage, which I believe is the calvin-benson cycle.
During the light independent stage, some GALP (glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate) molecules exit the chloroplast. They can be converted into glucose in the plant cell cytoplasm.
Photosynthesis happens in two stages, also called reactions. The first stage is the light-dependent stage. In this stage light energy is absorbed by chlorophyll and converted into chemical energy, and water is split to produce hydrogen. The unwanted oxygen from the water is released. The second stage is the light-independent stage. In this stage the chemical energy and the hydrogen from the first stage are used to convert carbon dioxide into carbohydrates, such as glucose. More details can be found on this site by searching for photosynthesis.
An organic acid formed during energy production from the breakdown of glucose when there is not enough oxygen available for the complete breakdown of glucose hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah!!!!!!!!!!!
Oxygen is produced in the Light Reactions stage of photosynthesis.