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Photosynthesis occurs in plants and in some algae. The process takes place in the Chloroplasts, primarily in plant leaves.
Carbon Dioxide enters the leaves through the stomates by diffusion, and water is transported to the leaves in the xylem.
The energy harvested through light reaction is stored by forming ATP a chemical compound used for energy storage.
This process is called the dark reaction and takes place in the stroma. During the Calvin Cycle carbon dioxide and energy from ATP are used to create sugar.
Oxygen exits the leaves through the stomata by diffusion, while the plant refuses the water or the water exits through the stomata as water vapor.
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