. Dark reactions of photosynthesis occur in


A: Granal thylakoid membranes

B: Stromal lamella membranes

C: Stroma outside photosynthetic lamellae

D: Peri Plastidial space

 

Best Answer

Explanation:

The chemical reactions which convert the carbon dioxide or other compounds into glucose are called Dark Reactions of photosynthesis.

These reactions take place in the stroma of the chloroplast present outside the thylakoid membrane.

These reactions are dependent on ATP and NADH which are the products of light reactions.

Light reactions are also called the photochemical phase of photosynthesis.

Final Answer:

Option C is correct

 

 

 

 

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