The end products of the light dependent reactions of photosynthesis are ADP, H 2 O, NADPH

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The end products of the light dependent reactions of photosynthesis are ADP, H 2 O, NADPH ADP, PGAL, RuBP (RuDP) ATP, CO 2 , H 2 O ATP, NADPH, O 2 CO 2 , H + , PGAL. Answer: d. The function of water in photosynthesis is to combine with CO 2 absorb light energy - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>The end products of the light dependentreactions of photosynthesis are</p><p> ADP, H2O, NADPH ADP, PGAL, RuBP (RuDP) ATP, CO2, H2O ATP, NADPH, O2 CO2, H+, PGAL</p><p>Answer: d</p></li><li><p>The function of water in photosynthesisis to</p><p> combine with CO2 absorb light energy supply electrons in the light-dependent reactionsd. Transport H+ ions in the light-independent (dark) reactionse. Provide O2 for the light-independent reactions</p><p>Answer: c</p></li><li><p>When hydrogen ions are pumped out of thechloroplast stroma, across the thylakoidmembrane, and into the thylakoid space, theresult is</p><p> damage to the chloroplast. the reduction of NAD the restoration of the Na-K balance across the membrane.d. the creation of a proton gradient.e. the lowering of pH in the chloroplast stroma.Answer: d</p></li><li><p>Which of the following processes is carried out more efficiently by a C4 plant than bya C3 plant?</p><p> Light absorption Chemiosmotic coupling Photolysis Fixation of CO2 Transport of sugarsAnswer: d</p></li><li><p>Needed: Light Photons(discrete packets of energy)High energy photons (UV and above)cause cellular damage by denaturingorganic moleculesEnergyOnly ~ 42% of solar radiation Makes it to the surface</p></li><li><p>Needed: Chlorophyll(blue green in color)(yellow green in color)</p></li><li><p>Also present: Carotenoids</p></li><li><p>(chlorophyll In membranes)</p></li><li><p>Thylakoid spaceStroma</p></li><li><p>Comparison of chemiosmosis inmitochondria andchloroplasts</p><p>MitochondriaChloroplastElectron sourceChemical energy from food moleculesLight energy from photonsSite of hydrogen reservoirIntermembrane spaceThylakoid lumenSite of ATP synthesisMitochondrial matrixChloroplast stroma</p></li><li><p>Campbell; Fig. 10.15Comparison of chemiosmosis inmitochondria andchloroplasts</p></li><li><p>(PGA)(PGAP)(PGAL)(PGAL)</p></li><li><p>The function of water in photosynthesisis to</p><p> combine with CO2 absorb light energy supply electrons in the light-dependent reactionsd. Transport H+ ions in the light-independent (dark) reactionse. Provide O2 for the light-independent reactions</p><p>Answer: c</p></li><li><p>The end products of the light dependentreactions of photosynthesis are</p><p> ADP, H2O, NADPH ADP, PGAL, RuBP (RuDP) ATP, CO2, H2O ATP, NADPH, O2 CO2, H+, PGAL</p><p>Answer: d</p></li><li><p>Which of the following processes is carried out more efficiently by a C4 plant than bya C3 plant?</p><p> Light absorption Chemiosmotic coupling Photolysis Fixation of CO2 Transport of sugarsAnswer: d</p></li><li><p>When hydrogen ions are pumped out of thechloroplast stroma, across the thylakoidmembrane, and into the thylakoid space, theresult is</p><p> damage to the chloroplast. the reduction of NAD the restoration of the Na-K balance across the membrane.d. the creation of a proton gradient.e. the lowering of pH in the chloroplast stroma.Answer: d</p></li></ul>

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