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12 H + Thylakoid Lumen Non-cyclic 12 H + 12 H + 3 ATP So now 3 + 5 = ~8 ATP per 8 photons NADPH ~ 2.5 ATP So, 5 more ATP per 8 photons
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17 How much light? 2 photons per electron 4 electrons per O 2 So, 8 photons per O 2 So now ~8 ATP per O 2 Thylakoid Lumen
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18 How much light? Let there be ~1 ATP per photon Thylakoid Lumen
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19 Important concepts 1. Understand how proton gradient is used to synthesize ATP in plant Note the difference between proton-motive force in plant and animal 2. Explain what cyclic photophosphorylation is 3. Balance sheet of photon/ATP 4. Understand how pigments absorb lights
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