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I actually think your answers are a bit incorrect. CO2 first has to enter the stroma and attach to RUBP. So CO2 technically is the correct answerRUBP doesn't start anything it just waits in the stroma if it wasn't for CO2 and Rubisco which is an enzyme that helps attach the carbon to the RUBP.

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Photosynthesis is the process whereby plants make their food in sunlight in the presence of chlorophyll. The equation for photosynthesis shows the raw materials, carbon dioxide and water combining to form glucose. It shows that six molecules of carbon dioxide combine with six molecules of water in the presence of sunlight to form Glucose ad six molecules of oxygen.

The oxygen is used by the neighboring cells and the rest is released into the atmosphere. The glucose s either used for energy or stored for later use. It can also be used to synthesize complex structure of the plants, required for growth.

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There are two of the same answer and they are both correct but when i click on one of them it marks incorrect

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I say that the correct answer is

6. CO2, H2O, and ATP (adenosine triphosphate)

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TheCalvin cycle(also known as the Benson-Calvin cycle) is the set of chemical reactions that take place in chloroplasts during photosynthesis. Thecycleis light-independent because it takes place after the energy has been captured from sunlight.

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Isn't it just 6CO2+6H2O Light> C6H12O6 +6O2? Where did that extra 6H2O come from? Photosynthesis doesn't produce water.

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