what happens to the light energy that is trapped by the chloroplast during the first stage of photosynthesis?
A. Light energy is converted into chemical energy
B. Light energy is converted into kinetic energy
C. Light energy is converted into thermal energy
D. Light energy remains the same
Please answer ASAP. Thanks
- Anonymous10 years agoFavorite Answer
A. Light energy is converted into chemical energy - ATP and NADPH are made in the light stage and are then used in the dark stage to fix CO2 and make glucose.
- james fLv 510 years ago
The light energy is used by the chloroplast to make sugar. The sugar contains chemical energy.
- schoenleberLv 44 years ago
It probable does all those issues. the only each physique is familiar with approximately is shooting carbon from the carbondioxide in the air. The leaves and woody areas use the carbon and the oxygen is given back to us= people and animals.