Where do photochemical reaction happen in plants?

Answer it happens in the thylakoids of a chloroplast.

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Can a vasovagal reaction happen one hour after a cardiac catheterization?

On One Hand: Causes of Vasovagal ReactionAccording to Mayo Clinic, a vasovagal reaction (also called fainting or syncope) occurs when your heartbeat slows and blood pressure drops, causing decrease... Read More »

Is Coca Cola drinkable after adding mint to it and letting the reaction happen?

Yes, it's harmless, although it might taste weird.

What is a photochemical smog?

Photochemical smog is a grayish-brown haze that develops over cities with large populations and warm and sunny climates, such as Los Angeles. The smog is created from three distinct elements: nitro... Read More »

What will happen to plants if they have no light?

Most plants wither and die if they do not get sunlight, according to Science and Plants for Schools. A select few plants, mostly plant parasites, can live without direct sunlight by leaching nutrie... Read More »