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The Calvin cycle of photosynthesis begins when A. light becomes available. B. carbon dioxide is attached to RuBP. C. the reduction of carbon dioxide occurs. D. electrons leave a photosystem.
The Calvin cycle of photosynthesis begins when: B. carbon dioxide is attached to RuBP.
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