16.The light reactions act much as a battery to power the reactions of the Calvin cycle. This energy is stored as A. ATP and NADP+. B. ADP + Pi. C. ADP + Piand NADP+. D. ATP and NADPH. E. NADPH and NADP+. 17.Chlorophyll is to the light reactions as ___ is to the Calvin cycle. 18.The production of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate (G3P) in the Calvin cycle requires 6 molecules each of ATP and NADPH. Another 3 molecules of ATP are then used in the cycle. What is the purpose of the 3 additional ATP molecules? 19.Which compounds link the light reactions with the Calvin cycle reactions? 20.Replacement electrons for the reaction center of photosystem II are derived from __________. A. H2O B. NADP+C. G3P D. NADPH E. CO2
21.The three stages of the Calvin cycle reactions are 22.ATP and NADPH are both used during the Calvin cycle. What is the function of each? 23.Energy to drive the formation of ATP in photosynthesis is derived from ____________. 24.The O2given off during photosynthesis is derived from which compound? A. CO2and H2O B. RuBP C. CO2D. NADP+E. H2O 25.Sucrose, cellulose, amino acids, and starch are all made from what starter molecule in plants? 26.The Calvin cycle reactions only occur in bundle sheath cells in a C4plant
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