5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are some of the differences between autotrophs and heterotrophs?
- Describe a magnesium atom.
- Describe substrate-level phosphorylation.
- Define photosynthesis.
- How is ATP made?
- a heterotrops can not make their our food but autotroph can
- b ADP , 7.3 kcal/mole , PO3(phosphate)
- c the process that converts the energy from light , carbon dioxide and water to high energy carbohydrates and oxygen
- d 12 protons , 12 neutrons , 12electrons
- e an intermediate or substrate transfers its phosphate and 7.3 kcal/mole to ADP to form ATP
5 Multiple choice questions
- 6CO2 + 6H2O + light -----> C6H12O6 + 6O2
- What is the ultimate source of energy?
- it makes ATP
- Hydrogen ion is a single proton and Hydrogen atom is an electron and proton
5 True/False questions
List 3 differences between noncyclic and cyclic photophosphorylation → Carotene absorbs all colors excepts yellow, orange, or red . Chlorphyll absorbs blue and red light
What is the difference between ground and excited states of an electron? → ground is electrons in its original shell of orbit and excited is when the electrons left the orbit because they absorbed the energy from light
What are the differences between the light-independent and light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis? → Light dependent reactions produce ATP and NADPH from energy captured from light.
Light independent reactions fix carbon dioxide into glucose using the ATP and NADPH
Describe chemiosmosis. → electrons drive the movement of protons (H+) acroos ATP synthase of a membrane. The enery derived from the movement of protons is enough to combine ADP and phosphate (PO3) to form ATP
List some differences between carotene and chlorophyll → Carotene absorbs all colors excepts yellow, orange, or red . Chlorphyll absorbs blue and red light