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Primary Wavelengths of sunlight Red, Green, Blue
Equation for Photosynthesis 6 CO2 + 6 H20 --> C6H12O6 + 6 O2
Color of light NOT asorbed by leaves green
Openings in the bottom of the leaf stoma
plant cells in leaf where photosynthesis takes place mesophyll
Cell organelle where photosynthesis takes place chloroplast
Green discs located inside of chloroplast thylakoid
The light dependent reaction takes place here thylakoid
This molecule is used to re-stabilize Photosystem 2 water
Sunlight excites chlorophyll and release this in Photosystem 2 electron
When the electron moves down the electron transport chain, it pumps this across the thylakoid membrane hydrogen
The electron that is recharged in Photosystem 1 is grabbed by NADP+ and forms this? NADPH
Electrons flow through ATP Synthase, turning ADP into ATP. This movement is called this? Chemiosmosis
At the end of the light dependent reaction, these 2 energy storage molecules move on to the Calvin Cycle. ATP and NADPH
The Calvin Cycle is also called this? C3 or Light Independent Reaction
How many carbon dioxide molecules are needed in the Calvin Cycle? 6
How many ATP molecules are needed in the Calvin Cycle? 18
How many NADPH molecules are needed in the Calvin Cycle? 12
Where does the Calvin Cycle take place? stroma
2 of these molecules are made during the Calvin Cycle G3P
These energy storage molecules are left over at the end of the Calvin Cycle ADP and NADP+
Two molecules of G3P combine to form this? glucose...C6H12O6
Photosystem 1 and 2 are found on the surface of this membrane? thylakoid
A stack of thylakoids is called this? grana (granum)
These 2 cycles are alternatives to the Calvin Cycle in plants. CAM and C4
Created by: jamesweide