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Exam 2 - Photosynthesis in Words

Exam 2 - Photosynthesis in Words - Photosynthesis Light...

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Photosynthesis: Light enters the chloroplasts and hits photosystem _____________ that is found on the _____________ membrane. The light energy is focused by the _____________ onto the _____________ where an electron from a _____________ molecule is excited to a higher energy state. As this higher energy electron falls back down in energy (according to the _____________ (a law) ), the energy that is released is captured to make _____________. Again, light enters the chloroplast but this time it hits photosystem _____________ that is found on the _____________ membrane. The light energy is focused by the antenna complex onto a low energy electron that is again __________________ . Again, the electron falls in energy but this time the released energy is captured as _____________. The ATP and NADPH made in the light dependent reaction is moved to the _____________, where the light independent reaction occurs. Here _____________ gas reacts with the enzyme _____________ and RUBP to form a solid 3 carbon molecule known as 3PGA. Then, _____________ and _____________ from the light dependent reaction combines with the 3PGA to form G3P which is used to make the final product, _____________ , as well as the starting material, RUBP.
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Answers Light enters the chloroplasts and hits photosystem II that is found on the thylakiod membrane.
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