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5 Matching questions

  1. CAM plants
  2. Stroma
  3. Outputs of the light reactions
  4. Reduction
  5. 1st step of the Calvin cycle
  1. a Carbon fixation
  2. b oxygen, ATP, NADPH
  3. c Two 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
  4. d These species are adapted to very dry climates. Pineapples, Cacti and succulent plants
  5. e A thick fluid that is enclosed by the two membranes of the chloroplast

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Contains a pair of chlorophyll a molecules and a molecule called the primary electron acceptor, which is capable of accepting electrons and becoming reduced
  2. Reducation
  3. A series of chemical reactions uses energy from ATP to rearrage the atoms in the five G3P molecules (15 carbons total), forming three RuBP molecules (15 carbons). These can start another turn of the cycle
  4. Release of one molecule of G3P
  5. Tiny pores where carbon enters and oxygen exits

5 True/False questions

  1. C3 plantsAlternate 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

          

  2. GranaA thick fluid that is enclosed by the two membranes of the chloroplast

          

  3. Light reactionsAbsorb solar energy and convert it to chemical energy stored in ATP and NADPH

          

  4. PhotorespirationA metabolic pathway that consumes oxygen, releases carbon dioxide, generates no ATP

          

  5. WavelengthAlternate 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

          

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