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Updated: 5/12/2020
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  • Stroma
  • The plant receives both nutrients needed for photosynthesis. Sunlight and Water.
  • Stroma
  • ATP Synthase
  • chlorophyll absorbs the sunlight energy and the electron goes out of the chlorophyll.
  • The chlorophyll splits its incoming water and takes the electron it lost.
  • Stroma
  • all the protons pass thru the ATP Syntnase making them ADP
  • Stroma
  • The ATP and NADPH in the Stroma form a carbon chain and after a C02 joins the chain, the chain becomes unstable and so the chain splits into half this chain is called Glycerakdehyd 3-phosphate
  • the process is done 5 times whilst the 5th is used to make more chains in the future. Or if needed it could be used for food storage.