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What is the light independent reaction (dark reaction) in photosynthesis?

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Default What is the light independent reaction (dark reaction) in photosynthesis?



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Im doing a presentation report and im struggling to explain the light indepant reaction as it has to be very DETAILED and i dont understand it. Could you explain in detail or giv me some good websites as most sites are not good use for me

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