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anonymous

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Which statement best distinguishes the light-dependent (L-D) reactions from the light-independent (L-IND) reactions? The L-D reactions occur in the thylakoid membrane, and the L-IND reactions occur in the stroma. The L-D reactions occur in the cytoplasm, and the L-IND reactions occur in the chloroplast. The L-D reactions occur in the chloroplast, and the L-IND reactions occur in the mitochondria. The L-D reactions occur in the stroma, and the L-IND reactions occur in the cytoplasm.

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