C3 Plant

Rice is a prime example of a C3 plant. The name “C3” comes from the plant’s unique photosynthesis, and its production of a 3-carbon compound. Before entering the Calvin cycle, CO2 is fixed into 3-carbon compound allowing these kinds of plants to exist in water abundant locations and in moderate temperatures. Also its stomata are open throughout the daytime.IMG_2447

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