5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Explain the Hill Reaction (Photolysis)
- Define visible spectrum.
- What are the differences between the light-independent and light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis?
- Define electron.
- Which original components of ATP are present in chemiosmosis and substrate-level phosphorylation?
- a 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
- b ADP
- c subatomic particles with a negative charge
- d water is split into two H+ 2 electrons and 1 oxygen atom
- e the distribution of colors produced when light is dispersed by a prism
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the process that converts the energy from light , carbon dioxide and water to high energy carbohydrates and oxygen
- noncyclic is independent , it produces NADPH and oxygen. cyclic produces only ATP and is dependent
- What is the difference between Magnesium ion and the magnesium atom?
- Autotrophs: plants , algae , and blue green algae
Heterotrophs: lions , tigers , and bears
- it makes ATP
5 True/False Questions
Describe chemiosmosis. → Adenine , ribose and 3 phosphate
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
Sun → What is the ultimate source of energy?
Write the summary equation for photosynthesis. → 6CO2 + 6H2O + light -----> C6H12O6 + 6O2
Explain what happens in the Calvin Cycle. → plants use energy that NADPH and ATP contain to build high-energy compounds that can stored up to a long period of time.