rachie19
  • rachie19
how is sugar made in the calvin cycle
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Using Carbon from CO2, energy from ATP, and high-energy electrons from NADPH, the Calvin Cycle constructs an energy-rich sugar molecule called glyceraldehyde 3 phosphate (G3P). The plant cell can then use G3P as the raw material to make the glucose and other organic compounds that it needs. This occurs within the stroma of a chloroplast.
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Lol you just copied and pasted from Answers.com

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rachie19
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i noticed that too @bcounts063273 lol i was loooking for a diagram u know. more for help than the answer but thanks any way @mariod5

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