anonymous
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Detailed descriptions of what happens to the carbon atom: during photosynthesis (the light-dependent reactions and the light-independent reactions) transitioning between photosynthesis and respiration during cellular respiration or fermentation
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anonymous
  • anonymous
and also An explanation of how the carbon atom is transferred between molecules. descriptions of the molecules involved in each of the processes above and the movement of electrons and energy as the carbon atom moves from one reaction to another.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I need like a brief summary
anonymous
  • anonymous
Melody check this site. http://prezi.com/yd5pics2kdwl/the-carbon-atom-in-photosynthesis/

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anonymous
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There're some sites you can google it that explains pretty well.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I've been on that site.
nincompoop
  • nincompoop
tracking Carbon: \[6CO_{2(g)}+12H_2O_{(l)}+sunlight(hv) \rightarrow C_6H_{12}O_{6(s)}+6O_{2(g)}+6H_2O_{(l)}\] There are 2 components of photosynthesis, the light cycle and the dark cycle. As the names suggest, light cycle involves sunlight or light source, and the dark cycle (more known as the Calvin cycle) is a synthesis, which progresses without the need of light. First part takes up the "photo," and the second part is the "synthesis" portion. This equation is deceptively short, but the processes involve a lot. Please refer to the chapter I provided in your inbox.
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