Chapter 7 and 8 - + ) FAD (to FADH 2 ) 4 parts to cellular...

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Chapter 7 Notes Photosynthesis In flowering plants: Stomata : Chloroplast s: Stroma : Thylakoid s: Solar Radiation Photosynthetic Pigments Absorption spectrum- Chlorophyll A and Chlorophyll B Carotenoids Action spectrum- Photosynthetic Reaction -Balanced “net equation” reads: 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy ----> C6H12O6 + 6CO2
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Light Reactions Calvin Cycle Reactions (in stroma) Light Reactions Photophosphorylation A. Noncyclic Electron Pathway Photosystem PSI II PSI I B. Cyclic Electron Pathway ATP Production/chemiosmosis
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Calvin Cycle 3 parts: CO2 fixation Reduction of CO2 Regeneration of RuBP Other types of photosynthesis: Chapter 8 Notes How do cells require ATP? Cellular Respiration - Aerobic- Glucose Overall ATP net gain: Metabolite Enzymes:
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NAD+ (to NADH + H
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Unformatted text preview: + ) FAD (to FADH 2 ) 4 parts to cellular respiration : Glycolysis Prep reaction (Transition reaction) Citric acid cycle Electron transport chain Total ATP molecules produced (see below): Glycolysis Where Inputs Outputs Net ATP produced = Prep Reaction Where Purpose How many times per glucose? Citric Acid Cycle (Krebs cycle) Where How many turns per glucose molecule? Inputs Outputs Electron Transport chain Where Electrons enter carried by: Oxygen must be present! oxidative phosphorylation Outputs Chemiosmosis Total energy yield from glucose (fig. 8.9) Fermentation Anaerobic Inputs Outputs Advantages/disadvantages Catabolism/degradative reactions Anabolism/synthetic reactions...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Flaten during the Spring '08 term at Horry-Georgetown Technical College.

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Chapter 7 and 8 - + ) FAD (to FADH 2 ) 4 parts to cellular...

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