Question 23 not yet graded 5 pts in phosphorylation

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Question 23 Not yet graded / 5 pts In phosphorylation, the light reactions always occur where?
Question 24 2 / 2 pts True or False: Dark reactions can occur in the presence or absence of light.
The term ‘dark reactions’ (also known as the Calvin Cycle) simply denotes the second stage in photosynthesis—dark reactions do not actually require darkness in order to occur.
Question 25 Not yet graded / 3 pts How many turns (or repititions) of the Calvin Cycle are required to generate one molecule of glucose?
Question 26 Not yet graded / 10 pts Complete the following equation by placing the appropriate numbers where indicated. [answer1] CO 2 + [answer2] ATP + [answer3] NADPH + [answer4] H 2 0 à C 6 H 12 O 6 + [answer5] ADP + [answer6] NADP +
Question 27 10 / 10 pts Match the following reactions to its corresponding enzyme: 1. A − B + H 2 O A − O H + B − H A- Lyases 2. A − B B − A B- Transferases 3. A + B A − B C- Oxidoreductases
4. A − B A + B D- Hydrolases E- Ligases F- Isomerases Correct! 1 Correct! 2 Correct! 3 Correct! 4 D F E A

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