Light-Dependent Reactions and the Calvin Cycle

The Calvin Cycle occurs during photosynthesis and makes a glucose (sugar) molecule.  It happens after the light-dependent reactions in photosynthesis. The Calvin Cycle is called a light-independent reaction because it does not directly use light to function, but the outcomes of the light-dependent reactions that occur before the Calvin Cycle are actually a vital part … More Light-Dependent Reactions and the Calvin Cycle