2008_Lab_8_RespirationPhotosynthesis

2008_Lab_8_RespirationPhotosynthesis - LABORATORY...

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LABORATORY: RESPIRATION/PHOTOSYNTHESIS GRADING check for less than three points taken off check minus for three or more points taken off zero for not handed in on time GENERAL PROCEDURE Work in groups of two or three. Try to answer the questions without first looking in your notes.   Check your answers before turning in this lab to the homework file before you leave class. SPECIMEN #6. Name 5, an area. Name 1, a compound. Name 2, a compound. How many carbons does 2 have? Name the compound(s) that are needed to convert compound 1 to compound 2. (What must be  added  to the change 1 into 2?) Name 3, a compound. Name the two compounds that are made as compound 2 is converted to compound 3.  Do include  how many of each compound.
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Where will compound 3 next go? (Name a specific location.) Name 4, a process. SPECIMEN #7. Name 13, an area. Name 1, a compound. How many carbons does 1 have? Name 2, a compound. How many carbons does 2 have? Name the two compounds that are made (leave) as compound 1 is converted to compound 2.  Do  include how many of each compound. Name 3, a compound. How many carbons does 3 have?
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