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5 Matching questions

  1. Outputs of the light reactions
  2. 3rd step of the Calvin cycle
  3. Grana
  4. Mesophyll
  5. CAM plants
  1. a These species are adapted to very dry climates. Pineapples, Cacti and succulent plants
  2. b Stacks of thylakoids
  3. c oxygen, ATP, NADPH
  4. d Release of one molecule of G3P
  5. e The green tissue in the interior of the leaf

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Tiny pores where carbon enters and oxygen exits
  2. Alternate modes of carbon fixation have evolved that save water without shutting down photosynthesis. Preced the Calvin cycle by first fixing CO2 into a four-carbon compound. Keeps its stromata mostly closed
  3. One molecule of G3P you see leaving the cycle is the net product of photosynthesis. A plant cell uses G3P to make glucose and other organic compounds
  4. Carbon fixation
  5. Reducation

5 True/False questions

  1. WavelengthThese species are adapted to very dry climates. Pineapples, Cacti and succulent plants

          

  2. ReductionTwo chemical reactions consume energy from six molecules of ATP and oxidize six molecules of NADPH. Six molecules of 3-PGA are reduced, producing six molecules of G3P

          

  3. ThylakoidsInterconnected membranous sacs suspended in the stroma

          

  4. C3 plantsFirst organic compound produced is the three-carbon compound 3-PGA.Common and widely distributed; they include soy beans, oats, wheat and rice.

          

  5. Reaction center complexContains a pair of chlorophyll a molecules and a molecule called the primary electron acceptor, which is capable of accepting electrons and becoming reduced

          

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