ch 10 photosynthesis

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Unformatted text preview: ne space Membrane Electron transport chain ATP Synthase Matrix ADP+ P H+ ATP Diffusion CHLOROPLAST STRUCTURE Thylakoid lumen Stroma A) ATP B) glucose C) pyruvate D) proton gradient E) NADH Overview of Photosynthesis Light reactions Energy from sunlight is used to generate ATP, NADPH Water is oxidized, releasing O2 Light reaction Dark reaction stroma Dark Reactions Energy from ATP and reduced NADPH is used to fix carbon from CO2 into sugar. thylakoid CALVIN CYCLE # 3 97 *5 85 * 1 P P 3' % 6 # # 7 P * *% P G = -51.8 kJ/mole .% # 5 1 3' 6 # # # 5 5 P # # 5 # 3 97 # 3 97 P P P P (RuBP) P P # 1 5 ! # ! " $ # 1 5 Photosynthesis is inefficient In dry, hot environments... 3: " 5: *5 .: 1 <*5 & ' *5 & 7 = *5 & : ; ' # >: 7 : ' : 1 RUBISCO: unselective enzyme MAIN REACTION CO2 + RuBP 2 3-phosphoglycerate (80%) 7 Anatomical adaptation to hot/arid environments ALSO O2 + RuBP 2C + 3-phosphoglycerate (20%) # # 7 . $ # ' ; # # ' 2 ? & ; # # # & # - $ ) 5 # # $ # $ ) & *5' 1 " *: 0 ; ' #...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2009 for the course BIO G 1101 taught by Professor Gilbert during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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