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5 Matching questions

  1. C3 Photosynthesis
  2. Calvin Cycle
  3. Light Independent Reactions/Carbon Fixation Reactions
  4. Chemiosmosis
  5. Types of Photosynthesis
  1. a most plants
    goes through the C3 pathway
    normal photosynthesis
  2. b process that produceds ATP (ATP synthesis)
  3. c what most plants use for carbon fixation
    series of redox reactions
    each cycle produces 1/2 glucose molecule
    1. take in CO2
    2. Reduce CO2, which produced organic molecules
    3. recycle/regenerate RuBP (molecule which CO2 is fixed to)
    SUMMARY=
    In-ATP, NADPH, CO2
    Out- Glucose, ADP, NADPH+
  4. d GOAL=convert to storable form of chemical energy
    1. independent of light
    2. conver inorganic forms of carbon (CO2) into organic form to create glucose
    3. Uses products of the Light-Dependent reactions to fix the carbon
  5. e C3 photosysthesis
    C4 photosynthesis
    CAM photosynthesis

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. packets of energy that travel in waves, one of these energizes one electron
  2. IN= H2O, light, ADP, P, NADPH+
    OUT= ATP, NADPH, O2 (waste)
  3. chlorophyll b (yellow green)
    carotenoids (orange)
  4. only fix carbon at night
    dry, desert environment
    only opens the stomata at night, which converts to a temporary carbon storage molecule, which is then used in the calvin cycle
    ex. cactus, aloe plants, succulants
  5. 3rd membrane inside the stroma
    set of membranes with an internal space (lumen)
    arranged into stacks
    where chlorophyll and other pigments are stored

5 True/False questions

  1. Granum (grana plural)stacks of thylakoids

          

  2. Steps of Noncyclic pathway (photophosphorlation)IN= H2O, light, ADP, P, NADPH+
    OUT= ATP, NADPH, O2 (waste)

          

  3. Stromaholes on the underside of a leaf where gas is released

          

  4. Steps of Chemiosmosisprocess that produceds ATP (ATP synthesis)

          

  5. Stomataholes on the underside of a leaf where gas is released