5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Calvin Cycle
- Dark Reaction
- Alcohol and Lactic Acid
- a The inner part of the mitochondria where the Kreb's Cycle occurs.
- b The two types of fermentation.
- c The process in which carbon fixates to RuBP to form G3P (a sugar).
- d The site of the light-dependent part of photosyntesis and contains a lumen and a membrane.
- e Another name for the Calvin Cycle
5 Multiple choice questions
- Products are NADH, 2 ATP, and 2 Pyruvate
- An enzyme that pyruvate is converted into before it enters the Krebs Cycle.
- Products are ATP, FADH2, NADH, and carbon dioxide
- The narrow region between the inner and outer membranes of the chloroplast.
- Produces water as a by-product.
5 True/False questions
Calvin Cycle → ATP + NADPH + Carbon Dioxide --> G3P (Eventually Glucose) +Oxygen
Glycolysis → The process that creates 2 pyruvate molecules.
Thylakoid Membrane → The site of the light-dependent part of photosyntesis and contains a lumen and a membrane.
Cytosol → The fluid that surround the thylakoids in the chloroplast and is the site of the Calvin Cycle of photosynthesis.
Cristae → Folds on the inner membrane where the ETC occurs.