Answer to Question #214447 in Molecular Biology for Moe

Question #214447

1.6) Where does the Calvin cycle take place?

  1. Outer membrane of the chloroplast
  2. Cytoplasm surrounding the chloroplast
  3. Thylakoid membrane
  4. Chlorophyll molecule
  5. Stroma of the chloroplast
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Expert's answer
2021-07-19T22:57:01-0400

The Calvin Cycle occurs in the stroma of a chloroplast in a plant cell. The stroma is the colorless fluid that surrounds the grana of the chloroplast, where the first step of photosynthesis takes place.

Therefore, option 5 is the correct answer


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