* The Calvin Cycle, (a.k.a. carbon fixation) starts after Phase 1 of Photosynthesis ends. Usually 6 Carbon Dioxide molecules combine with six of 5-Carbon. As a result you will get twelve 3-Carbons(PGA), because after the molecules combine they instantly split into two.
* The PGA will use a Phosphate group and a Hydrogen Ion from the ATP and NADPH (that were created from phase 1) and causing the PGA to turn into two G3P.
* Some of the G3P will be used to create starch, glucose, ect. The rest of the rest of the G3P will be converted to six 5-Carbon molecules by rubisco. Those six 5-Carbons will be used to start the process over and over again.
To summarize, the Calvin Cycle will create glucose by reusing energy from phase 1. I think that is all.
im sorry i got to answer like this but :
there are very well written explanations readily available on Wikipedia and even a simple search will provide many answers about the Reductive Pentose Phosphate cycle (i learned the real name from wiki right now XD)
its easier to read those than a person writing the whole thing up
pls try searching urself sometimes
My bad.... When PGA is turned to G3P by using ATP and NADPH... it does not create two G3P... by using this many Carbons, you will result in about twelve G3P's, not two.
oh dude i just got done stufying this in biology. i really shouldnt say studying though......haha i havent the slightest clue