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Light reactions and carbon reactions. Use the labels to complete the sentences about the reactions of photosynthesis:
1. Oxygen is produced during photosynthesis.
2. Chlorophyll is a pigment that captures light energy.
3. Electrons are transported from photosystem II to photosystem I.
4. ATP is generated during the light reactions.
5. NADPH is a molecule that carries high-energy electrons.
6. The Calvin cycle is the process by which carbon dioxide is converted into glucose.
7. ADP is converted into ATP during the Calvin cycle.
8. PGA is a three-carbon molecule formed during the Calvin cycle.
9. NADPH and ATP are used to convert PGA into PGAL.
10. PGAL is a molecule that can be used to synthesize polysaccharides such as starch.

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2. Summarize the events of the Calvin Cycle, highlighting thesignificance of following molecules in the metabolic pathway:Glucose Ribulose 1,5 bisphosphate (RuBP) ATP 3-phosphoglycerate(PG) NADPH Glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate (G3P) CO2.Student Answer: The Calvin cycle is a complex metabolic pathwaythat results in the production of glucose (and other sugars).Ribulose 1,5 bisphosphate can be thought of as the startingmaterial. Carbon dioxide is combined (fixed) with RuBP forming asix carbon molecule that is unstable and breaks down into3-phosphoglycerate (3PG). 3PG molecules are phosphorylated (haveenergy in the form of phosphate added to them from ATP) and reduced(by NADPH) producing Glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate (G3P) which isphosphorylated (has energy in the form of phosphate added to themfrom ATP) producing RuBP which is put together to make glucose.What grade would you give this student, 5 being the best? Explainyour reasoning.

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Fill in the blanks below to complete the sentences about photosynthetic reactions within the chloroplast, and then order the sentences chronologically:

During the photosynthetic light reactions, clusters of pigments and proteins called photosystems absorb light and water and produce energy. The byproduct of this process is oxygen.

The Calvin cycle, also known as the light-independent reaction during photosynthesis, uses ATP and NADPH. It produces carbon dioxide and PGAL.

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Part II: Light Independent Reactions (The Calvin Cycle) (2 pts)Mark/circle the following energy transformations: ATP being broken down to provide energy to rearrange and build bonds NADPH oxidation to drive reduction of the carbon moleculeVext; label the locations to depict what type of transformation is occurring: Potential energy transformed to potential energy Potential energy transformed to kinetic energy Kinetic energy transformed to potential energy Kinetic energy transformed to kinetic energy(D) The reaction occurscycleCarbon; are symbolized by red balls in each container, the cycle one at a time)CO2O2RrBP Fixation chain diagramO2ATPATPRegeneration RrBP from GIpReduction GphNADPH NADP+O2CO2GapGlucose Unictoac

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Q. 1. Order the events of photosynthesis from first to last: (4 Points)(a) Energy from excited photon used to generate ATP(b) Photon strikes chlorophyll molecule(c) NADPH is generated from NADP and H+(d) NADP+ and H+ reduce CO2 into carbohydrates

Q.2. Review the figure of Chloroplast below and label key structures and processes in the chloroplast of a plant cell using the following terms under two categories: Type of reactions – Light dependent or Light independent; and Substances – CO2, H2O, O2, Photons; Sugars. (6 points)

ChloroplastKey Structures:1. Thylakoid membrane2. Granum3. Stroma

Key Processes:Light dependent reactions:- Photons are absorbed by chlorophyll in the thylakoid membrane- ATP is generated through photophosphorylation- NADPH is generated through the transfer of electrons

Light independent reactions:- CO2 is fixed and converted into sugars through the Calvin cycle- Sugars are produced in the stroma

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Put the following events of photosynthesis in order.1. Energy from ATP, electrons from NADPH, and a carbon compoundmade from fixation combine to form high energy G3P that can be usedto produce sugars2. high energy electrons are used to reduce NADP+ to NADPH3. Rubisco fixes a carbon from carbon dioxide to an organiccarbon compound4. Photon of sunlight strikes a pigment in photosystem 15. High energy electrons travel along a transport chain thatultimately leads to ATP production.6. Photon of sunlight strikes a pigment in photosystem 2

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