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Focus Questions: Photosynthesis 1.  What is the ultimate source of energy for the biosphere? 2.  What are the products of photosynthesis?  What are the inputs and outputs of the process? 3.  What are the stages of photosynthesis in plants?  Are all stages dependent on the energy from  light?  What is the dependence of each part of photosynthesis on the energy from light? 4.  What are the products of the “Light Reactions?”  How are they used? 5.  What is the source of electrons for photosynthesis?  What is the flow of electrons during the light  reactions and what is the final electron acceptor? 6.  How are the two photosystems found in plants related to each other?
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Unformatted text preview: 7. What is an electron carrier? An electron transport chain? 8. How is ATP synthesized during photosynthesis? Does this require the chloroplast to be intact? Why? 9. What are the dark reactions and how are they related to the light reactions? What is carbon fixation? 10. What are the inputs and outputs to the dark reactions? How does this relate to carbon fixation, and where does the carbon in glucose come from? 11. How is the Calvin-Benson cycle related to the rest of metabolism? Kenneth A. Mason (2005). This material can be used for non-profit educational purposes, if properly attributed. All other uses are prohibited unless written permission is granted....
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