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Photosynthesis

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Requires RUBP Light Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle)
Requires that PGAL(G3P) rearrange to form RUBP Light Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle)
Involves the enzyme rubisco and photosystem 1 and 2 Light Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle)
Occurs in the Stroma Light Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle)
Involves the split of a newly form 6-carbon sugar to PGA Light Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle)
Produces PGAL(G3P) and other carbohydrates Light Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle)
Products are NADP and ADP Light Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle)
Uses CO2 Light Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle)
Resembles the reverse process of glycolosis Light Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle)
Occurs in the Cytoplasm Light Independent Reactions (Calvin Cycle)
Uses light energy Light Dependent Reactions
Uses enzymes to split H2O for its H Light Dependent Reactions
Occurs in the Grama Light Dependent Reactions
Involves the ETC Light Dependent Reactions
Occurs in the Thylakoid membranes Light Dependent Reactions
Requires Chlorophyll a and b Light Dependent Reactions
Releases O2 Light Dependent Reactions
Uses oxidation energy of accessory pigments Light Dependent Reactions
Products are NADPH and ATP Light Dependent Reactions
Occurs in the Cytoplams Light Dependent Reactions
Created by: Gjerke1