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Oct30_Photosynthesis2 - , outputs ,thylakoids,stroma

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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 Define carbon fixation Explain the importance of carbon fixation to our atmosphere and  (almost) all life Describe the impact each of the reactions of photosynthesis has had on  the earth’s atmosphere
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Photosynthesis Photosynthesis Transforms solar energy to chemical energy 6 CO 2  + 12 H 2 O + light C 6 H 12 O 6  + 6 O 2  + 6 H 2 O Two linked sets of reactions Light dependent Light  in dependent (Calvin cycle)
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Light Dependent Reaction Light Dependent Reaction Transforms  solar energy  to  chemical energy Inputs: Water (H 2 O) Solar energy (light) Outputs ATP  (and NAPDH) O only large-scale, natural source Why do plants use the ATP from the light  dependent reaction for the light  independent reactions, instead of using it  directly in metabolism?
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