Lecture10_Photosynthesis.pptx

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Chapter 10 Photosynthesis
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Reminders and Important Info Homework due on Sunday!! Please email me any questions that might arise as you are studying for the exam. Unit 2 Worksheet 2 is due on the day of the exam so you can keep it to help you study for the exam. o However, we will have time in class today to work on it. If you want to turn it in today, you can either pick up later this afternoon or in class on Monday. Extended office hours: o Today: from after class until 3pm o Monday: from after class until 4pm o Tuesday: 9-10:30 and again from 1:30-4pm Session ID: 154310
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What are the products of photosystem I and II that are sent to help make sugars? A. NADH B. FADH 2 C. ATP D. NADPH E. Both A and B F. Both A and C G. Both C and D H. Both B and D
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Photosynthesis Last class we discussed photosystems I and II, which are used to produce ATP and NADPH. Today we ware going to talk about how these are used to produce sugar.
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Photosynthesis These molecules get sent to the Calvin cycle.
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