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Reduction of CO2 into carbohydrates during photosynthesis can take place in the absence of light.Why?

Asked by SANDRA SAJI 8th May 2016, 7:36 PM
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  • During light reaction or photochemical reaction of photosynthesis, the light energy obtained from sunlight is converted into chemical energy.
  • This chemical energy is trapped in ATP and NADPH molecules which act as assimilatory power.
  • This chemical energy is finally stored in carbohydrate molecules when ATP and NADPH  are utilised in the dark reaction of biochemical phase of photosynthesis, thereby reducing CO2 to carbohydrates.
Answered by Expert 9th May 2016, 10:12 AM
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