the prefix in- means "not." How does the meaning tell you which reactions in photosynthesis require light,and which reactions do not?

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  • John P
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    8 months ago

    "In general" the prefix "-in" means "not" but there are a few exceptions!

    But taking the rule of "in-" meaning "not", you simply look at the word starting with "in-" and say that the reaction etc after "in-" does not happen.

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