lec12 - fig14-15 fig20-4 The Calvin Cycle Ribulose 1,5...

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fig19-43 carbon fixation: where all that glucose comes from…
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fig19-44 photosynthesis: turning sunlight into reduced carbon
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fig19-45 The chloroplast
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fig19-45 The chloroplast
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fig19-46 The visible spectrum
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fig19-47 Chlorophylls
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fig19-47 Phycobilins
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fig19-47 Carotenoids
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fig19-47 Carotenoids
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fig19-51 A biological action spectrum Engelman 1882
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fig19-51 A biochemical action spectrum
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fig19-49 LHCII subunit QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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fig19-50 cyanobacterial phycobilisome
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fig19-52 photosystem LHC in complex with the reaction center
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fig19-54 chlorophyll variant pheophytin quinone like complex III a simple photochemical reaction center: purple bacteria
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e donor e acceptor ferridoxin another simple photochemical reaction center: green sulfur bacteria fig19-54
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fig19-56 plant “z-scheme” photosystems I and II
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fig19-59 very similar to COMPLEX III
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fig19-62 (4th) oxygen-evolving , or water-splitting , complex
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fig19-63 chloroplast compartments
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fig19-66 a one protein system: bacteriorhodopsin
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Unformatted text preview: fig14-15 fig20-4 The Calvin Cycle Ribulose 1,5 bisphosphate carboxylase RUBISCO fig20-4 The Calvin Cycle fig20-4 The Calvin Cycle fig20-14 fig20-10 3 x 5 = 5 x 3 fig20-11 fig20-13 fig20-25 Sucrose natures sugar fig20-17 high light pH Mg+2 FBP-1 conditions regulate stromal FBP-1 fig20-19 high light Th-SH enz activity redox regulation of Calvin cycle enzymes via thioredoxin fig20-26 regulation of glucose metabolism by photosynthetic activity fig20-15 DHAP transport to the cytosol fig20-16 DHAP transport to export reducing power and chemical energy fig20-9 fig20-20 RUBISCO and oxygen: an unanticipated substrate?? fig20-23 C4 plants carbon fixed in a 4 carbon intermediate CO 2 generated from that intermediate crabgrass! fig20-23 C4 plants carbon fixed in a 4 carbon intermediate crabgrass! fig20-23 C4 plants CO 2 generated from that intermediate crabgrass! fig20-23...
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