5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How is ATP made?
- Explain what happens in the Calvin Cycle.
- What are the differences between the light-independent and light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis?
- Explain the Hill Reaction (Photolysis)
- What is the relationship between the color you see and light?
- a visible spectrum
- b ADP , 7.3 kcal/mole , PO3(phosphate)
- c 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
- d water is split into two H+ 2 electrons and 1 oxygen atom
- e plants use energy that NADPH and ATP contain to build high-energy compounds that can stored up to a long period of time.
5 Multiple choice questions
- an intermediate or substrate transfers its phosphate and 7.3 kcal/mole to ADP to form ATP
- light absorbing molecules
- it makes ATP
- NADP (oxidized) is not carrying 2 electrons or the hydrogen ion and NADPH (reduced) is carrying them
- 8 protons , 8 neutrons , 8 electrons
5 True/False questions
What is the destination of the electrons in Photosystem II and Photosystem I? → the destination of electrons from photosynthesis 2 to photosynthesis 1. the final destination from photosynthesis is NADPH
Describe chemiosmosis. → Adenine , ribose and 3 phosphate
List 3 differences between noncyclic and cyclic photophosphorylation → Carotene absorbs all colors excepts yellow, orange, or red . Chlorphyll absorbs blue and red light
How many electrons does oxygen need to fill its outer shell? → it makes ATP
What are the replacement energy for PSII and PSI? → for PSII comes from water and PSI comes from PSII