Chapter 6 biology - Chapter 6 Ken Hutchinson 1 The raw materials from photosynthesis area C-Pg.95 The raw materials for photosynthesis are carbon

Chapter 6 biology - Chapter 6 Ken Hutchinson 1 The raw...

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Chapter 6 Ken Hutchinson 1. The raw materials from photosynthesis area: C-Pg.95 The raw materials for photosynthesis are carbon dioxide and water. Water enters a leaf by way of leaf veins. Carbon dioxide enters a leaf by way of stomata. Chloroplasts have two major parts. The grana are made up of thylakoids, membranous disk that contain photosynthetic pigments, such as chlorophyll. These pigments absorb solar energy. The stroma is a fluid filled space where carbon dioxide is enzymatically processed to form carbohydrates, such as glucose. 4. Which of the following is associated with the thylakoid membrane? D -Pg. 99/100 ATP production, electron transport chain, PS II(Photosynthesis 2) 6. Oxygen is generated by:
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Unformatted text preview: A-Pg. 9 Light reaction- energized electrons leave PS II and pass down and electron transport chain, leading to the formation of ATP. Energized electrons leave PSI and pass to NAPD. Which then combines with H to become NADPH? The electrons from PSII are replaced with electrons from water as it splits to release oxygen. 7. Energy for the Calvin cycle is supplied by from the light reactions. B-Pg. 101 The ATP and NADPH generated by the light reactions power the Calvin cycle reactions. 8. The product(s) of the Calvin cycle and a reactant(s) in many plant D-Pg. 106 A metabolic pathway is/are: The product of the Calvin cycle is actually G3P, which is used to form glucose....
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