Bio 93 Lecture 12

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  1. Photosynthesis is the process by which
    light is converted to chemical energy stored in sugar and other molecules
  2. Autotrophs produce organic molecules from
    CO2 and other inorganic molecules
  3. Higher plants, protists, algae, and cyanobacteria are
    Phototrophs
  4. Animals, fungi, and many bacteria are
    Heterotrophs
  5. Heterotrophs obtain organic material from
    other organisms
  6. Heterotrophs ultimate depend on photoautotrophs for
    food and O2
  7. In photosynthesis CO2 is _____ and Water is ______
    reduced, oxidized
  8. What is the site of photosynthesis?
    Chloroplasts
  9. Where are chlorophyll molecules found?
    Thylakoid membrane
  10. What wavelength works best for photosynthesis?
    violet-blue and red
  11. Electrons in the porphyrin ring absorb
    light energy (photons)
  12. When chlorophyll absorbs a photon of light, the energy is conserved by
    an electron going to a higher energy state
  13. In photosynthesis, light reactions occur
    in the thylakoid membranes
  14. _____ moves down an electrochemical gradient across a membrane and drive ATP synthesis
    protons
  15. ______ transfer chemical energy from food molecules to ATP
    mitochondria
  16. _______ transform light energy into the chemical energy of ATP
    chloroplasts
  17. Calvin cycle consists of ______,_______, and ______
    fixation, reduction, and regeneration
  18. Carbon Fixation
    carbon dioxide is converted into organic carbon compounds, such as carbohydrates

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Bio 93 Lecture 12
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