EXAM_3_review_PICTURES_covering_CH_7_CH_8_and_CH_11

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These are some of the pictures that we examined for Chapters 7, 8, and 11. These pictures are SOME of the more important ones, so make sure you are familiar with them. Use the web site below for review questions (where CH 11 is CH 9 on that particular site): http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_audesirk_bloe_7/1,8753,1139971,.html
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CHAPTER 7 pictures
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Englemann’s Experiment Notice that the bacteria (white specks) concentrate in 2 separate color regions, where oxygen concentration is higher 0 Why did the bacteria move to these two regions?
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Electromagnetic Spectrum shortest wavelength LONGEST wavelength 0 Gamma rays X-rays • UV radiation Visible light Infrared radiation Microwaves Radio waves Be able to rank these from highest to lowest or reverse. Where would you find some of these waves?
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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration are Linked Processes 0 How are the two processes linked?
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Where Atoms End Up Products Reactants 12H O 6CO 0 Water “splits” What does it mean by water “splitting”?
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Stomata Fig. 7-2 Cells “swollen” Cells “flaccid” What causes the cells to swell up?
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Leaf Anatomy 0 What regions does photosynthesis take place?
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Stroma : fluid within chloroplast Thylakoid : one of the sacs within a chloroplast; chlorophyll is built into the thylakoid membranes; “penny-like” appearance Granum : a stack of thylakoids within a chloroplast; “stack of pennies” appearance 0 Anatomy of a Chloroplast Be able to describe the function of each of these regions?
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Light and Chloroplast Pigments Fig. 7-4 gamma rays higher energy lower energy X-rays UV infrared micro waves radio waves wavelength (nanometers) chlorophyll b carotenoids chlorophyll a How does this panel relate to Engleman’s experiment?
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carbon dioxide uptake ADP + P i NADP + glucose P new water LIGHT- DEPENDENT REACTIONS LIGHT- INDEPENDENT REACTIONS (DARK REACTIONS) sunlight water uptake ATP NADPH oxygen release BE ABLE TO FILL IN THESE BLANKS IF GIVEN AS AN EXAM QUESTION Be able to label each of these parts in the diagram.
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The LIGHT REACTIONS occur in association with the thylakoid membranes (continued) Each type of photosystem has a unique electron transport chain ( ETC ) associated with it
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2010 for the course BIOL 1001 taught by Professor Minor during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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