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2. Jan Ingenhousz repeated Priestley’s experiments under different light conditions. What stage of photosynthesis did Inglehaus’s experiment reveal? (1 point) the first stage, which includes the
light-dependent reactions the first stage, which includes the light-independent reactions the second stage, which includes the light-dependent reactions the second stage, which includes the light-independent reactions
C.) the second stage, which includes the light-dependent reactions
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User: 2. Jan Ingenhousz repeated Priestley’s experiments under different light conditions. What stage of photosynthesis did Inglehaus’s experiment reveal? (1 point) the first stage, which includes the light-dependent reactions the first stage, which includes the light-independent reactions the second stage, which includes the light-dependent reactions the second stage, which includes the light-independent reactions

Weegy: C.) the second stage, which includes the light-dependent reactions
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User: 3. What problem(s) might a student encounter if she wants to grow plants for an experiment? Check all that apply. (3 points) The amount of oxygen available may not be enough to support plant growth. The amount of carbon dioxide available may not be enough to support plant growth. The intensity of light she uses may not be high enough to support a high rate of photosynthesis. The wavelengths of light she uses may not be in the range absorbed by the plants.

Weegy: The amount of carbon dioxide available may not be enough to support plant growth.
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User: 4. Which equation below can be used to describe the overall changes taking place during photosynthesis? (1 point) 6CO2 + 6O2 C6H12O6 +6H2O 6CO2 + 6H2O C6H12O6 +6O2 C6H12O6 + 6H2O6CO2 +6O2 C6H12O6 + 6O2 6CO2 +6H2O

Weegy: 6H2O C6H12O6
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