bio10

Biology, 6th Edition

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Greg Steinberg Mrs. Wierzbowski AP Biology Chapter 10 Photosynthesis A. Photosynthesis in Nature a. Photosynthesis produce the biosphere i. Photosynthesis helps a lot of organisms survive, directly or indirectly. ii. Autotrophs produce their own food, they do not survive off other organisms. iii. Heterotrophs survive off of compounds produced by other organisms, but not the organism itself. b. Chloroplasts i. This is where photosynthesis occurs. ii. Chloroplasts are found mainly in the mesophyll, the tissue in the interior of the organism. B. Pathways of Photosynthesis a. The Basics. i. Photosynthesis takes CO2 and water and produces O2 and organic compounds (such as glucose). ii. Photosynthesis is also a redox reaction. iii. The light energy works with the Calvin cycle to produce chemical energy. iv. The powering of a phosphate group onto ADP to form ATP with light energy is known as photophosphorylation.
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