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Oct28_Photosynthesis1 - ,tissues,organsandsystems , outputs

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Define and hierarchically relate cells, tissues, organs and systems  Define and relate autotrophs and heterotrophs Write the most general chemical equation of the light-dependent and  light-independent reactions of photosynthesis, labeling the inputs and  outputs Define and relate chloroplasts, thylakoids,  stroma Describe the role these structures play in photosynthesis Define and relate chlorophyll and carotenoid Describe the role each of these molecules plays in photosynthesis
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Announcements I’m responding to email as fast as I can PLQ due date for today was extended Exam 2 key is posted
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If they have the same mass (volume), which has a higher  surface area to volume ratio? A. A roundworm A. A flatworm A. Both have the same ratio Shape matters, too! Surface Area to Volume Ratio
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Consequences of Larger Size O 2   Glucose ATP CO O 2   Glucose ATP CO O 2   Glucose ATP CO O 2   Glucose O 2   Glucose O 2   Glucose The amount of ATP required is  proportional to the amount of  “stuff” in the cell
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