E low energy reactants are converted to high energy

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E) Low-energy reactants are converted to high-energy products.
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Compare exergonic and endergonic reactions, and know examples of both What is meant by a coupled reaction? Examples? Know all about ATP, including its structure FADH 2 is an example of a(n) B) electron carrier molecule. Know all about activation energy Study enzymes, and their inhibition Enzymes are important because they D) allow reactions to occur at body temperature. Animals have enzymes that break apart starch molecules but not cellulose, despite the fact that both are made up of glucose subunits. Which enzyme characteristic best explains this? D) Enzymes are highly specific. The hydrolysis of sucrose to glucose and fructose is a spontaneous reaction inside our bodies. However, if you dissolve sucrose in water and keep the solution overnight at room temperature, there is no detectable conversion to glucose and fructose. Why not? E) The reaction requires a catalyst. The metabolism of a cell is the sum of all of its chemical reactions. TRUE /FALSE
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=-=-=-=-=-=- Ch 7 All of the following factors influence the rate of photosynthesis EXCEPT E) atmospheric N 2 levels. Imagine that a scientist discovers a mutant plant seedling that appears to lack stomata. What would be the effect of this? A) CO 2 would not be able to enter the plant as a reactant for photosynthesis. The energy required for photosynthesis to occur is C) visible light. Suppose that you are experimenting with different types of lighting for your indoor green plants. Which of the following colors of light will be most effective? E) Red and blue Study all about the light reaction Study the Calvin cycle In green plants, the primary function of the Calvin cycle is to E) construct the building blocks of simple sugars from carbon dioxide. In the C 3 pathway, where does the carbon come from to form glucose? C) Atmospheric CO2 Where do the reactions of a C 4 pathway occur in a plant such as corn? D) Mesophyll and bundle sheath cells
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In the C 4 pathway, what is the source of carbon? D) Carbon dioxide The carotenoids and other accessory pigments in the chloroplast help capture light into the reaction center's chlorophyll molecules.
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