Photosynthesis will work best in what temperature range?

1 Answer
Oct 10, 2017

Moderate temperatures or from 50 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit.


Between these medium temperatures, the enzymes work at their best. However, this does also depend on the plant in question (but this is for a majority of the plants).

Other temperatures such as 68 and higher, the enzymes start to work less efficiently and above 104 is where the enzymes start to lose their functionality and shape.

At temperatures between 32 and 50, the photosynthetic rate decreases and a decrease of glucose production occurs.

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(Remember, this still depends on the type of plant!)