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I know that photosynthesis occurs in two stages: the light reactions and the Calvin cycle. Is it correct to say that the light reactions do not occur without the Calvin cycle, and the Calvin cycle does not occur without the light reactions? Also, is every chloroplast in a plant continuously undergoing photosynthesis? And are there any statistics about the number of chloroplasts a plant or leaf can contain?
Re: Does every chloroplast in a plant undergo photosynthesis?
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