What is the Calvin cycle?
Topics coveredphotosynthesis, plant science
How to use this resource
- Display the infographic on your whiteboard for a whole class approach or print for pupils to read independently
- You could use the infographic as part of a classroom display
Photosynthesis is the process by which plants use light energy to produce glucose, a process with two stages: a light dependent and a light-independent stage.
This process is one of the building blocks for life on Earth – without photosynthesis, we would have no food.
Discover how plants are adapted for photosynthesis and use chromatography to investigate the role different pigments play in this process.
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