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Bioenergetics
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Chloroplast Overview Thylakoids : Membrane “discs” arranged in stacks (grana, sing. granum) which contain chlorophyll and other important molecules. Site where solar energy is trapped and converted into chemical energy (light reactions). Thylakoid Membrane : Site of ATP synthesis. Stroma : Thick fluid outside thylakoid membranes, surrounded by interior membrane. Site of sugar synthesis (dark reactions).
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Photosynthesis Rxn Overview Above, however, is a bit of a lie…
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Photosynthesis Rxn Overview + Energy
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Light vs. Dark Reactions Reducing Power
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Light Reactions
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Light Reactions
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Light to Dark Reaction
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Why Plants are Green?
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Unformatted text preview: Why Plants are Green? Chlorophyll Photosystems energy transfer energy transfer energy transfer energy transfer Regeneration of Photosystem II Cyclic Electron Flow It turns out that more ATPs are needed by the dark reactions than are provided by the light reactions (at least as we’ve considered them so far) Non-Cyclic Electron Flow Photophosphorylation Dark Reactions Photosynthesis Overview Link to Next Presentation Acknowledgements http://207.233.44.253/wms/reynolmj/lifesciences/lecturenote/bio3/Chap07.ppt http://207.233.44.253/wms/reynolmj/lifesciences/lecturenote/bio3/Chap08.ppt...
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course BIO 113 taught by Professor Swenson during the Spring '08 term at Ohio State.

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