Photosynthesis Part 5: C4 and CAM - YouTube

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Sugarcane is a champion at photosynthesis under the right conditions and is a prime example of a C4 plant, one which uses C4 photosynthesis. Sugarcane has been recorded at 7% .

Photosynthesis - C4 Pathway - Part 1 - Duration: 10:42

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These pathways of carbon fixation, know as the C4 and the CAM pathways, take place in the cytoplasm of the cell.

Photosynthesis: Pathway of Carbon Fixation

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Hibberd Lab | C4 Photosynthesis

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Types of Photosynthesis: C3, C4 and CAM

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Kranz Anatomy and the C4 Pathway - eLS: Essential for …

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C3, C4 Photosynthesis, and CAM - University of Idaho

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C3 and C4 Pathway (dark Reaction) Explained with …

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