The primary goal of this photosynthesis concept map, also known as the Calvin cycle, is to construct a glucose molecule. This is the photosynthesis component that removes CO2 from the atmosphere that the plant receives. The plant requires carbon dioxide molecules to generate the basic components for glucose. ruBisCo is a stromal enzyme that combines a five-carbon ribulose biphosphate unit with a carbon dioxide molecule. The photosynthesis concept map shown above is an excellent way to explain complex processes in plants that enable them to survive. This method can provide you with a visual representation of the concept. It arranges and generates knowledge using diagrams. Download EdrawMax and create useful photosynthesis concept maps today.