Q. 9

Why does the rate of photosynthesis decrease at higher temperatures?

Answer :

Photosynthesis is an enzyme process through which the process is mediated. We are aware of the optimum temperature range of enzymes. An enzyme could not function if the temperature exceeds this range. This causes a decrease in the rate of photosynthesis at higher temperatures.


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