Chapter 10 and 11

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photosynthesis is a redox process in which

CO2 is reduced and water is oxidized

Spectrophotometer measures

absorption spectrum of a substance

non cyclic electron flow results in production of

ATP NADPH and O2

P680 has its electron holes filled by electrons from

water

CAM plants avoid photorespiration bu

fixing CO2 into organic acids during the night, which release CO2 during the day

chloroplasts can make carbohydrates in the dark if provided with

ATP and NADPH and CO2

How many turns of the Calvin cycle are required to produce one molecule of glucose

6

NADPH and ATP from the light reactions are both needed to chat

convert 3-phosphoglycerate to G3P

function of rubisco

adding CO2 to RuBP in the carbon fixation stage

final electron acceptors for the ETC in the light reactions of photosynthesis and in cellular respiration

NADP+ in the light reactions and O2 in respiration

reactants of cellular respiration

water, oxygen, and glucose

chemical we used in the lab

DPIP

transfer of electrons in reactions

redox reactions

enzyme used in Calvin cycle

rubisco

chloroplasts found in dish-like structures that are the

thylakoids

the slowing/stopping of an early reaction

feedback inhibition

what uses the Krebs cycle

cellular respiration

type of electron flow found in light reaction

cyclic electron flow

number of ATP produced in cellular respiration

36 ATP

products of light reaction

ATP, O2 and NADPH

occurs in 2 stages

photosynthesis

where light reactions take place

stroma

muscle cells do not receive enough oxygen

lactic acid fermentation

light that is not absorbed is

reflected

head chlorophyll found in photosystem

reaction center

reactants of photosynthesis

glucose, oxygen, and water

products of cellular respiration

ATP, CO2 and water

ATP goes to ADP+ p+

energy

photosynthesis

using light to convert CO2 and H2O

cellular respiration

living things release energy stored in food

occurs in cristae

ETC

stage water is split

light reaction

where photosynthesis occurs

chloroplasts

tiny packets of energy from the sun

photons

2 identical molecules from the splitting of glucose

pyruvate

breaking down of pyruvates without oxygen

fermentation

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