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    to detach it from or reattach it to the ATP molecule (Brandt). A main reason this is important is because as it was stated earlier, almost all organisms obtain and store their energy through the use of ATP. It is important to note that this energy comes from the energy stored in the bonds of the ATP molecule; therefore, breaking the bonds will release energy and the building of the bonds will require energy. Using this background knowledge, the question can be addressed more thoroughly. Most plants (a fruit in this case) make their own energy through the use of photosynthesis. The basic process of photosynthesis occurs as: light energy (sun) + 6 H2O + 6 CO2 6 O2 + C6H12O6 This is a simplified version of the equation and one must keep in mind that the reaction does not simply occur as written. There are many processes that must take place before the final product, glucose, is produced. Conceptually, photosynthesis is the reverse of cellular…

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    Photosynthesis and Respiration. The inputs (reactants), outputs (products) and any requirements of each process? Photosynthesis is when a plant takes in carbon dioxide and water and turns this into glucose and oxygen, but this process can't happen without light and chlorophyll. Respiration is the opposite of photosynthesis it is when an animal or plant cell takes in glucose and oxygen and turns it into carbon dioxide and water. The main difference with these two reactions is that respiration…

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    Photosynthesis Lab

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    Background: Photosynthesis is the process by which photoautotrophs convert photons of kinetic light energy into potential chemical energy (food) by synthesizing glucose from water and carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen as a waste product. Sunlight radiation travels in waves but acts like particles of energy called photons. During photosynthesis, these photons are harvested to produce chemical energy in the form of carbohydrates. Autotrophs are “self-feeder” organisms that make their own…

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    Examining Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Introduction- In Lab 4, the purpose was to examine the process of photosynthesis and cellular respiration and understand the correlation between these two processes (BIO 202, Lab 4, 2016). Photosynthesis is a process used by plants and other organisms to convert solar energy into chemical energy; which is then used to fuel the organism. The equation for photosynthesis is 6CO2 + 6H20 + Solar energy ---> C6H12O6 + 6O2. This process has two…

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    Rate Of Photosynthesis

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    Plants photosynthesize in order to produce sugar and oxygen, which, in turn, gives the plant energy. Photosynthesis usually tends to occurs more when more chlorophyll are present in the leaves. When the leaves are exposed to light, the process of photosynthesis begins. The more light the plant is exposed to, the quicker the rate of photosynthesis will occur. Altering the amount of carbon dioxide given to the plant can also alter the rate at which photosynthesis occurs. Photosynthesis is a…

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    Photosynthesis In Biology

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    Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is the physico-chemical process by way of which plants, algae and photosynthetic bacteria consume light energy to drive the synthesis of organic compounds. In plants, algae and certain forms of bacteria, the photosynthetic process yields, the release of molecular oxygen and the elimination of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere that is used to produce carbohydrates (oxygenic photosynthesis). Further forms of bacteria use light energy to generate organic compounds…

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    Essay On Photosynthesis

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    Introduction: Photosynthesis is the process by which plants absorb light and turn it into chemical energy. This energy, known as ATP is then used to fix carbon into glucose and oxygen is released as a by-product in the process. This lab focuses on light-dependent reactions that occur in chloroplast where pigments absorb light through photosynthesis. Objective: The purpose of this lab is to extract photosynthetic pigments from spinach leaves using paper chromatography. We will then measure…

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    Photosynthesis Essay

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    Photosynthesis is an essential reaction that can be carried by chloroplast in the plant. (Campbell, pg. 175). Inside the chloroplasts, thylakoids contain pigments such as chlorophyll that play major role in photosynthesis. (Citovsky, Lecture 10). Photosynthesis are composed of light reactions and Calvin cycle. Light reactions required the light to initiate photoexcitation. Photoexcitation happened when the light strike on chlorophyll, the electron will be excited and transferred around the…

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    Efficacy Of Photosynthesis

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    are taken place in different types of plants to maintain the efficacy of photosynthesis. Plants fall within three categories: C3 plants, C4 plants, or CAM plants. C3 plants are the most common type of plant, C4 plants consist of mainly tropical plants, and CAM plants are succulents, such as cacti, which are found in arid and hot environments, such as the deserts. Each one of these plants have a specific enzyme in which it binds atmospheric carbon dioxide, with high affinity, in order to produce…

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    Photosynthesis Of Spinach

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    immersion’ technique, the rate of photosynthesis under various conditions was quantified by observing the amount of spinach floating on top of a sodium bicarbonate solution. The sodium bicarbonate solution simultaneously supplied the spinach with carbon dioxide for use in photosynthesis, and caused it to sink. When the leaf underwent photosynthesis and produced oxygen gas, the leaf floated to the surface. It was hypothesized that an increase of either temperature or light intensity would lead to…

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