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Respiration%20%26%20PS%20Outline - GUIDE TO RESPIRATION 1...

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Unformatted text preview: GUIDE TO RESPIRATION 1. Glycolysis . 21. properties, key products, and function b. Where does it occur? 2. Kreb cycle 21. properties, key products, and function b. . Where does it occur? 3. Oxidative phosphorylation 21. properties, key products, and function b. where does it occur? 4. Relationship between 1, 2, and 3 (figures 9.12, 9.13, 9.16, 9.18) 5. How is ATP produced? Figure 9.15 6. Control, figure 9.20 GUIDE FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS 1. overall reaction 2. Where does it take place? 3. Light reaction a. Photosystem I, properties and products b. Photosystem 11, properties and products 4. How is ATP produced? How is NADPH produced? 5. Non cyclic and cyclic photophosphorylation 6. Calvin cycle a. What does it produce? b. What does rubisco do? c. How many ATP’s and NADPH’S are reqired to produce one 3-phosphoglyceraldehyde? USEFUL FIGURES TO UNDERSTAND: 10.2,10.6, lo. ‘I 10.9,10.12(and explanation),10.l4, 10.15,10.16, 10.17 Note: This outline is posted on Blackboard in Course Information section ...
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