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C4 PLANT PHOTOSYNTHESIS
 
 
C4 plants:
 
→C4 plants, produce 4 carbon compound in the dark reactions of photosynthesis.
 
→These plants are adapted to live in hot regions and intense sunlight.
 
Examples: Corn, sugarcane, crabgrass, sorghum…
 
 
 
 
*C-4 Plant Photosynthesis:
 
→The photosynthetic reactions of C4 plants occur within the mesophyll and bundle-sheat cells.
 
 
 
 
 
Within the mesophyll cells:
 
PEP carboxylase adds CO2 to PEP and produces oxaloacetate.
 
→Then, oxaloacetate converts to malate.
 
→After that, the malate transports to the bundle-sheat cells.
 
 
 
Within the bundle-sheath cells:
 
→The malate is broken down into CO2 and pyruvate.
 
→Then, COconverts to glucose by Calvin cycle.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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