Bio 1A Lect 13 Quiz Answers

Bio 1A Lect 13 Quiz Answers - ferrodoxin . The electrons...

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Bio 1A Lect 13 Quiz Answers 680nm 700nm both bundle-sheath cells C4 carbon fixation bolism cyclic cytochrome process glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate H+ x linear mesophyll cells NADP+ O2 P680+ P700 Photorespiration photosystem Photosystem II primary electron accepto reaction-center complex reduction ceptor Rubisco stomata sugar synthesis thylakoid two 1) photosystem  is made of a  reaction-center complex  and a  light-harvesting comple 2) There are two routes of electron flow:  cyclic  and  linear . In linear electron flow, the pathw
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3) The electron then falls back down the electron transport chain from the primary electron 4) The electron acceptor of PSI passes electron to protein 
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Unformatted text preview: ferrodoxin . The electrons are th 5) In cyclic electron flow, only photosystem I produces ATP, not NADPH. This surplus ATP 6) ATP and NADH are produced on the side facing the stroma where the Calvin cycle take 7) Dehydration is a problem for plants; on hot dry days, plants have to close stomata which 8) C4 plants minimize the cost of photorespiration by incorporation of CO2 into four-carbon Bio 1A Lect 13 Quiz Answers 9) Some plants, or crassulacean acid metabolism or CAM plants, fix carbon. They open...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2010 for the course BIO 1A taught by Professor Schlissel during the Spring '08 term at Berkeley.

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Bio 1A Lect 13 Quiz Answers - ferrodoxin . The electrons...

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