Major Points, Lecture 22 SS10

Major Points, Lecture 22 SS10 - 11 What is the major...

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BSCI105, Freshman Connection Fall 2010 Major Points, Lecture 22 (Chapter 10) 1. Define photophosphorylation. 2. Contrast photophosphorylation and oxidative phosphorylation. 3. Why is thylakoid structure important for photphosphorylation? 4. In the light reactions, where do the electrons come from? 5. What is the function of the ETC in Photosystem II? 6. What powers ATP synthesis during photophosphorylation? 7. What happens to electrons in Photosystem I? 8. What is the energy from electrons used for in Photosystem I? 9. What are the important products of the light reactions? 10. What is the fundamental function of the dark reactions?
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Unformatted text preview: 11. What is the major pathway for the dark reactions? 12. What are the three phases of the dark reactions? 13. What happens during phase 1 of the Calvin cycle? 14. What happens during phase II of the Calvin cycle? 15. What happens during phase III of the Calvin cycle? 16. For every 3 CO2 molecules that enter the Calvin Cycle, how many G3P are made? How many are exported? How many are recycled? 17. What sugar is made by the Calvin cycle? 18. What carbohydrates are synthesized using that sugar? 19. What other molecules are made from G3P?...
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