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10-22-09 - Exam II Tuesday October 27th Practice exam has...

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Exam II, Tuesday, October 27 th Practice exam has been posted today on Blackboard. Key to the exam will be posted today. Exam Review: October 25 (Sunday) 12-2 PM at 1005 Haworth Hall. (UTAs will lead this discussion.) PLUS Peer Leaders will be at Anschutz (Room 10) from 6 pm to midnight on Monday, October 26 th . Please bring a soft lead pencil to the exam. No one will leave the room until 8:30 AM. Students who arrive after 8:30 AM will not be allowed to take the exam.
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Topics for Exam II Cell structure / function (Chapter 6) Plasma membrane / Transport processes (Chapter 7) Metabolism / Enzymes (Chapter 8) Cellular respiration (Chapter 9) Photosynthesis: Light dependent reactions
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Light dependent reactions Uses energy of light to produce ATP, NADPH, and O 2 Occurs in the thylakoid of chloroplast Light independent reactions (Calvin cycle) – Uses CO 2 , ATP, and NADPH to synthesize organic molecules (synthesize glucose) Occurs in the stroma of chloroplast
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Light H 2 O Chloroplast
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