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4. ______ Is the process by which light energy is converted to chemical bond energy.
4.In photosynthetic eukaryotic organisms photosynthesis takes place where?
cytoplasmic organelles known as the chloroplasts.
4.In cyanobacteria the cytoplasmic membranes that are alinged in layers are known as ______?
4.In chloroplast(eukaryotic) a double membrane sourrounds a fluid filled compartment known as the _____
4. Within the stroma are abundant ______s.
4.A stack of thylakoids is called ___
a granum
4. The two series involed in the photosynthetic reactions are known as the ____ and ___ reactions
Light and dark
T o F the dark reactions can take place in the light?
The dark reactions require ____ energy from the light reactions
The light reactions are possible because of the embedded ____ molecules absorb the energy of light.
Each pigment is capable of absorbing specific wavelengths of light energy withing in the visible __ .
What are the two types of photosynthetic pigments.
primary and acessory
The primary pigment is called ____ _ (green) all others are acessory pigments.
chlorophyl a.
The familar yellow and orange hues of qutumn foliage are pruduced by those accessory pigments known as ?
Through a process known as _____ _______ accessory pigments transfer thier absorbed energy to the primary pigment.
electron resonance
_____ are a group of non-photosynthetic pigments that are well represented in plants. They account for most of the red, blue, and purple colocs of flower petals and fruit.
What is the final electron carrier in the light reactions?
NADP+ which is then reduced to NADPH.
light splitting
The dark reactions are also known as the ___ ___ and start off by taking place in the stroma.
Calvin cycle
The dark reactions produce ____, the carbohydrate that incorporates energy initially harvested from sunlight.
The production of glucose requires carbon molecules this source is ___?
The dark reactions begin when the enzyme _____ __-______ incorporates CO2 molecules into the Calvin Cycle.
ribulose bis-phatase.