Place the steps of the Calvin Cycle in the correct order.

I then think that the rate of photosynthesis will stay the same when it reaches a certain point.

What are the steps of photosynthesis

The adult female can start laying eggs within 36 hours and will lay five to seven eggs per day. Spider mites can go through 30–50 generations, or perhaps more, in a year if the temperature and humidity conditions are favorable. With the ability to lay a relatively large number of eggs combined with its short life cycle, spider mite populations can explode.

Photosynthesis is a process that plants use every minute in order to survive.

What are the steps of photosynthesis in order from beginning to end

Variables: The variables that might affect the rate of photosynthesis in this experiment are: Temperature: When the temperature rises so does the rate of photosynthesis; this is because as the temperature around the plant rises the enzymes controlling photosynthesis inside the chloroplasts heat up and start moving around faster, the fast moving molecules collide with other fast moving enzymes causing them to react....

Photosynthesis takes place in only the green parts of plants, which the green part are chlorophyll pigments.

The adult female makes incisions in the leaf and lays a total of 25–75 extremely small, bean-shaped, delicate eggs in the leaf tissue. She lays the eggs individually over a span of two to seven days. Upon hatching, the eggs yield soft-bodied, wingless larvae. The larvae are very small when first hatched, about 1/100 of an inch long. The larvae go through two stages, increasing in size to 1/20–1/25 of an inch in length. The larvae are much more sluggish than the adults. They feed in colonies over a period of 10–14 days. Feeding sites are usually between two leaf veins. Larvae are generally cream colored when first hatched and turn yellow as they develop.

The light reaction must happen a second time in order for the second phase of photosynthesis, the dark reaction, to occur.

The Process of Photosynthesis in Plants (With Diagram) ..

Most moth eggs are so small when they are laid that they are seldom noticed. Consequently, the larvae, when they hatch, are also very small and can only scar the surface of the leaves, although some can tunnel and make mines when they are small. Their mouthparts are not large enough to eat holes in the leaves. The larvae grow fast and within a few days become large enough to draw attention. Often the first warning is holes in the leaves that seem to appear overnight. When larvae reach this stage, the damage occurs quickly. Most caterpillars will eat their body weight in foliage in less than 24 hours. They can damage a large area of foliage when they reach 1/2 of an inch or more in length.

The Two Stages of Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is a complex process

Female moths enter greenhouses most frequently through open doors. Most moths are active only at night and are attracted to lights; therefore, lights should not be used in or around the greenhouse at night, if possible. During the day, moths remain at rest on walls, ceilings, benches, or the foliage of the host plants. Eggs are laid singly by some species but in clusters by others. A moth life cycle generally takes about one month. Eggs hatch in about three to seven days. The larval or caterpillar stage lasts 14–28 days and the pupal stage lasts 7–10 days. The only damaging stage (or feeding stage) is the larval stage.