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Where abouts in the chloroplasts does it take place?
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The thylakoid

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This is a good resource for Photosynthesis. It's undergraduate level but some good diagrams and clearly explained processes:
http://www2.estrellamountain.edu/fac...biobookps.html

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thylakoids The specialized membrane structures in which photosynthesis takes place. Internal membranes in the chloroplast where the light reaction chemicals are embedded. Collections of thylakoids form the grana. PICTURE
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In an exam would I just have to put the thylakoids?
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If it is one mark you put down thylakoid only. Feel free to pm me with any other Q's you have regarding biology or chemistry

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The Light-Dependent Stage takes place in the Thylakoid membrane
The Light-Independent Stage takes place in the Stroma
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