“The Calvin Cycle is not part of the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis. Nevertheless, it is possible to argue that the Calvin Cycle is indirectly dependent on light. Explain.”
Photosynthesis relies on the Calvin Cycle to cooperate correctly. Co2 goes inside the plant and the Calvin Cycle converts the Co2 into breathable air for the plant and for us. It also converts Co2 into energy for the plant. The Calvin Cycle depends on the light to make the Co2 in a way. Without the Co2, the Calvin Cycle wouldn’t work.