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biochp7-1 - HOW CELLS ACQUIRE ENERGY CHAPTER 7 CARBON AND...

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HOW CELLS ACQUIRE ENERGY CHAPTER 7 CARBON AND ENERGY SOURCES - - - PHOTOAUTROPHS - - - ENGLEMANN’S EXPERIMENT LINKED PROCESSES Photosynthesis Aeorbic Respiration • • • • • • CHLOROPLAST STRUCTURE ______ outer membranes _________ inner membrane system CHLOROPLAST STRUCTURE Stroma: Thylakoid: Granum: PHOTOSYNTHESIS EQUATION WHERE ATOMS END UP PHOTOSYNTHESIS SUMMARY (KNOW THIS!) ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM short •••••• LONGEST • VISIBLE LIGHT PHOTONS PIGMENTS
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3 PIGMENT CLASSES CHLOROPHYLLS ACCESSORY PIGMENTS PIGMENTS IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS - - LIGHT-DEPENDENT REACTIONS • Pigments absorb light energy, give up e-, which enter electron transfer chains •Water molecules split, ATP and NADH form, and oxygen is released •Pigments that gave up electron get replacement electrons PHOTOSYSTEM FUNCTION: HARVESTER PIGMENTS •most pigments in the photosystems are harvester pigments
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2008 for the course V 011 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '06 term at NYU.

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biochp7-1 - HOW CELLS ACQUIRE ENERGY CHAPTER 7 CARBON AND...

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