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Calvin cycle

[′kal·vən ‚sī·kəl]
(cell and molecular biology)
A metabolic process during photosynthesis that uses light indirectly to convert carbon dioxide to sugar in the stroma of chloroplasts. Also known as Calvin-Benson cycle; carbon fixation cycle.
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Dave Shaw and Andy Benson raise a glass with Myrddin Davies of Menter a Busnes and Dafydd Elis-Thomas AM, Chair of the National Assembly's Environment and Sustainability Committee
Andy Benson, center, Assistant Chief of Staff Supply, Financial Management & Safety, COMNAV-SURFOR, shares a moment with junior officers during a Supply Corps birthday celebration organized by the San Diego Supply Corps Association.
Soldiers old and young have been selling for the poppy appeal Joining forces, from left, Ab Flag, Royal Navy; Cpl Andy Benson, RAF; Jim Flanagan, RBL; and David Curtis, Army; selling poppies on Church Street, Liverpool Picture: JAMES MALONEY/jm051109poppy-
SUPPORT: From left, Ab Flag, Royal Navy; Cpl Andy Benson, RAF; Jim Flanagan, RBL and David Curtis, Army sell Poppies on Liverpool's Church Street Picture: JAMES MALONEY
Andy Benson of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln says these strains are understudied.
Advanced Digital Internet (ADI), a leading provider of high-speed Internet access for residential properties in the New York metro area, has recently signed up its 100th residential building to its service, ADI president Andy Benson announced today.
Andy Benson, director at Wright Silverwood, a firm of chartered surveyors specialising in retail and leisure real estate, agreed with that assessment.
Mark McGivern, Chris Lamont and Andy Benson have all been named in Harry Brokking's squad.
Factory worker Andy Benson, 32, Stockton: "He deserved the sack, but it wasn't just him that was to blame.
RAF Corporal Andy Benson, 33, has left behind capturing pictures of the Red Arrows to head for an operational tour of duty in southern Iraq.
Andy Benson, from Huyton, a corporal in the RAF, is the official photographer for the flying aces of the Arrows but is spending his time with the Basra-based Combat Camera Team.