Biology Chapter 10

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Where dothe enzymatic reactions of the Calvin cycle take place?

A) stroma of the chloroplast

B) thylakoid membranes

C) outer membrane of the chloroplast

D) electron transport chain

E) thylakoid space



Answer:

A) stroma of the chloroplast



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