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Photosynthesis measurement systems are not designed to directly measure the amount of light absorbed by the leaf. Unable to display preview. C3 plants use the Calvin cycle to fix carbon. Fixation of carbon dioxide by plant roots through phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase. After longer periods large proportions of the radioactivity appeared in 3-phosphoglycerate, hexose monophosphates and sucrose. The ability to thrive despite restricted water availability maximizes the ability to use available light.Biochem J. Oct;(1) Photosynthesis by sugar-cane leaves. A new carboxylation reaction and the pathway of sugar formation. In sugarcane, increased sink demand has previously been shown to result in increased photosynthetic rates that are correlated with a reduction in leaf hexose. Abstract. 1. Radioactive products in detached leaf segments were examined after periods of steady-state photosynthesis in 14CO2. 2. After exposure to 14CO2.