Photosynthesis Concepts 9 29

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Clicker: If you begin with 1 molecule of Acetyl CoA how many oxidative level ATPs will be produced in a mitochondrion with only one hydrogen ion pump in the ETC (near the end) PHOTOSYNTHESIS: Summary Equation (low energy) 6CO 2 + 12H 2 0 + LIGHT 6O 2 + C 6 6H 12 O 6 + 6H 2 0 (high energy) - Convert 2 low energy molecules into a high energy molecule Clicker: What is the fate of oxygen in water? Becomes part of ? Figure 10.4 Reduction of CO 2 : redox reactions Photosynthetic Reactions: a long series of steps, several basic questions Fate of specific atoms? Two basic stage to photosythesis light dependent reactions (Light Reactions): Capture light energy in chemical energy light-independent reactions (Dark Reactions): Use the chemical energy to convert CO2 into glucose [Calvin Cycle] figure 10.5 Photosynthetic structures (Eucaryotes): takes place inside a chloroplasts Thylakoids granum stroma DARK REACTIONS: CALVIN-BENSON CYCLE Takes place in the stroma What are the inputs and outputs?
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  • Fall '07
  • Wishtichusen
  • Biology, Photosynthesis, low energy molecules, energy light-independent reactions, stroma DARK REACTIONS

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