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 What is a photosystem for photosynthesis?

Answer Photosynthesis is a critical part of life. Without it, plants could not use water and sunlight to produce food, and the entire food chain would be drastically different. Also, plants would not rele... Read More »
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What happens in photosynthesis?

Photosynthesis is the process by which plants convert light into energy. Plants use sunlight, carbon dioxide and water to make oxygen and glucose. The glucose is used as energy and the oxygen is re... Read More »
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What does photosynthesis use?

Photosynthesis is the process of converting light into a chemical energy, which is then stored as sugars. The photosynthesis process uses light energy, C02, plant matter (typically leaves and algae... Read More »
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What does photosynthesis end with?

The final step of photosynthesis is carbon fixation, the process of taking the enzymes produced in previous steps and using them to create a reaction between carbon dioxide and water. The end produ... Read More »
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What is PQ, PC,& FD in photosynthesis?

Plastoquinone (PQ), plastocyanin (PC) and ferrodoxin (FQ) are molecules which carry the energized electrons in the light reaction of photosynthesis. These molecules provide an important link betwee... Read More »
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