This is a biogeochemical process in which light energy is converted into chemical energy.
Photosynthesis is the process by which plants, algae and some bacteria use sunlight, carbon dioxide and water to prepare their food. This is a biogeochemical process in which light energy is converted into chemical energy. Photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplast. The chlorophyll present in the chloroplast traps the light from the sun and carries out the process.
2. The optimum temperature for photosynthesis is
Also Read: Photosynthesis 3. Photorespiration occurs in
5. Kranz anatomy is found in the leaves of
Also Read: Light Reaction 6. Peroxisomes are involved in which type of reactions
7. Photorespiration involves oxidation of
8. C3 and C4 plants differ with respect to
Also Read: Photorespiration 9. In Calvin cycle, 1 molecule of glucose is formed from
10. Where does the light reaction takes place?
11. Electrons from the excited chlorophyll molecules of PS-II are first accepted by
Also Read: Electron Transport Chain 12. Non-cyclic photophosphorylation results in the production of
Also Read: Glycolysis 14. Maximum photosynthesis occurs in
15. The first acceptor of CO 2 in C4 plants is
16. The first product of C4 pathway is
Also Read: TCA cycle 17. The two pigment system theory of photosynthesis was proposed by
18. H 2 donor during photosynthesis is
Also Read: Photosynthesis in Higher Plants 19. The minerals involved in splitting reaction during photosynthesis is
20. The water-soluble photosynthetic pigment is
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