8.Where do the light dependent reactions occur? Drawan arrow to the location on the diagram to the right. 9. Label the diagram to the right more specifically (label “X”, the gasses, the organic compound, and the processes occurring.) 10. Describe the thylakoid and its role in photosynthesis.
11. How do the light-dependent reactions use facilitated diffusion to make ATP? Explain. You may want to use a diagram. 12. What is another name for the light-independent reactions? 13. Where do the light-independent reactions occur? 14. Describe the stroma and why it is important in photosynthesis. 15. During which part of photosynthesis is glucose made? 16. What are the reactants needed for photosynthesis to occur? 17. Would photosynthesis happen very effectively if a plant was exposed to light in the green wavelength? Explain. 18. Deforestation, cutting down trees, destroys habitat for animals. Think about the reactants in the photosynthesis equation. What is a consequence to humans if we continue to cut down forests? 19. Think about the products of photosynthesis. What is another consequence to humans if we continue to cut down forests? 20. Draw and label a simplified chloroplast in the space below. Include the following: double membrane, thylakoid, stroma. Analyzing the van Helmont Photosynthesis Experiment Jean Baptista van Helmont (1577-1644) performed a classic experiment on photosynthesis. In paragraph below, van Helmont describes his experiment. Read the paragraph and then address the questions that follow.