Bio 1A Lect 12 Quiz

Bio 1A Lect 12 Quiz - 4 In the light reactions is split is...

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Bio 1A Lect 12 Quiz Autotrophs Calvin cycle Carotenoids chemical Chlorophyll a chlorophyll b consumers electromagnetic excited state fluoresce green ground state Heterotrophs Leaves mesophyll NADPH oxygen photoautotrophs photophosphorylation Photosynthesis Pigments producers solar spectrophotometer stroma sugar Visible light water waves 1) ____________________________ is the process that converts __________ energy into ________________ energy. ____________________ sustain t 2) Chloroplasts are structurally similar to and likely evolved from ___________________________________. ____________ are the major locations 3) Inside chlorophyll, their are the ____________________, connected sacs, that are stacked in columns called __________. The chloroplasts also
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Unformatted text preview: 4) In the light reactions, __________ is split, ____________ is released, __________ is reduced, and ATP is generated by ______________________ 5) Light is a form of ______________________________ energy; light travels in __________. ____________________ is the distance between crests 6) ________________ are substances that absorb visible light. They are specific for certain wavelengths. Those that are not absorbed are ______ 7) When a pigment absorbs light, it goes from ________________________ to __________________________. When the electrons fall back to groun...
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