Photosynthesis Lab Report 2

University: The University of Texas at San Antonio

Course: Biology I (Bio 1404)

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Photosynthesis

Alisha Bhakta. Biology 1404-Lab Section 0BD. The University of Texas at San Antonio. Spring 2021. April

12, 2021. Supervising Instructor: Richard Nuckels/Jennifer Guerrero

Abstract

In the photosynthesis lab, we are determining the rate of oxygen synthesis and the reducing

power of an electron. For the first procedure, we are calculating the rate of oxygen synthesis in the

elodea plant. If the color of the light and the exposure determines the rate oxygen synthesis that is

produced by the elodea plant, then white light and more exposure would create more oxygen. The

second procedure is determining the electron transport in chloroplast through different amounts of

various variables. If a tube represents a normal environment where there are no other chemicals

represented, then more light will be absorbed, which then creates more oxygen.

Results

Table 1

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In this procedure, we are determining the rate of oxygen produced when the elodea plant is

placed in a white light setting and in a green light setting. Table 1 shows the values that were recorded

from the experiment. The table shows the amount of oxygen that was produced when the plant was in a

white light and green light. According to the graph, the elodea plant was able to produce more oxygen

when it was placed in a white light compared to when it was placed in a green light setting. The cellular

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