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BIO 100 Chap 7 2014 Photosynthesis Lesson 5: Objectives: 1. Provide the overall equation of photosynthesis. 2. Describe the cellular structures and chemical reactions involved in photosynthesis ,
including the reactions that take place during the light reactions and Calvin cycle .
LIGHT REACTIONS & CALVIN CYCLE Photosynthesis - 2 stages, Light reactions and Clavin cycle. Light Reactions – Chlorophyll in the Thylakroid absorbs solor energy, converts it into chemical energy ATP and NADPH(electron carrier) light drives electrons from water to NADPH. During the light reactions the water is split providing electrons and giving off Oxygen (no sugar is produced during light reactions). Calvin Cycle – Uses the products from light reactions to power production of sugar from carbon Dioxide.
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