Lecture 14 (Oct 1)

Lecture 14 (Oct 1) - Biological Sciences 110A: Introduction...

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Lecture 14: Chloroplasts and Photosynthesis  Structure of the chloroplast  “Light” reactions vs. “dark” reactions  Pigments capture light energy  Photosystems in the thylakoid membrane  Electron transport chain (NADP+ to NADPH)  Proton pumps in the thylakoid membrane  ATP synthase  The Calvin Cycle “fixes” CO 2 Biological Sciences 110A: Introduction to Biology Kendal Broadie Reading in Chapter 6 (214-232) Karp
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Review : Aerobic Respiration in the Mitochondrion Fig 5.30 Karp
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CO 2  is reduced to organic molecules using photon energy
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Chloroplasts : the photosynthetic organelles of plant cells A s ing le  le a f c e ll c hlo ro pla s t
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Chloroplasts  are the photosynthetic organelles of plant  cells. Like mitochondria, chloroplasts are surrounded by a  double membrane intermembrane space   and stroma . Chloroplasts contain an additional (3rd) membrane. The 
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Lecture 14 (Oct 1) - Biological Sciences 110A: Introduction...

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