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How to reduce photorespiration is the photosynthetic capacity of a plant?

What is photorespiration and how to reduce capacity photosynthesis of a plant?

Photorespiration occurs when CO2 levels inside a leaf is low. This occurs in dry hot days when a plant is forced to close their stomata to prevent excess water loss. If the plant is still trying to fix CO2 when their stomata are closed, the CO2 will get used and the proportion O2 in the leaf increase relative to the concentrations of CO2. When CO2 levels in the falling leaves of about 50 ppm, Rubisco begins to combine O2 Instead of CO2 with RuBP. The plant should get rid of the phosphoglycolate First, it immediately gets rid of the phosphate group, the conversion of glycolic acid molecule. Glycolic acid is then transported to the peroxisome and becomes glycine. Glycine is transported into mitochondria, where it becomes serine. Serine is used to other organic molecules. All these conversions cost the plant energy and results in the net loss of CO2 from the plant. The net result of this is that instead of produce two molecules of PGA 3C, only one molecule of PGA is produced and a toxic molecule called 2C phosphoglycolateis produced.

Let’s plant trees and reduce carbon emissions

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