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Think Critically questions challenge readers to apply their knowledge to information presented in a photo, figure, graph, or table. These 20 videos, produced by the BBC, can be assigned in Mastering Biology with assessment questions. Gene Expression and Regulation Chlorophyll aduesirk in thylakoids.
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Accessory pigments in Photosystems absorb light and pass energy to reaction centers containing chlorophyll 2. Plant Anatomy and Nutrient Transport Energy Flow and Nutrient Cycling in Ecosystems Light-dependent reactions —Chlorophyll and other molecules of the thylakoids capture sunlight energy —Sunlight energy is converted to the energy carrier molecules ATP and NADPH —Oxygen gas is released as a by-product.
How Do Ecosystems Work? These unstable six-carbon molecules are converted to short three carbon compounds called phosphoglyceric acid PGA 2.
Seamlessly integrated videos and other rich media engage students and give them access to the help they need, when they need it. Photosynthesis – converts a small fraction of the sunlight’s energy into chemical energy stored in the bonds of glucose C6H12O6 and chzpter oxygen O2 1. Two photons absorbed by Photosystem II —Light energy passed between pigment molecules 2.
Plants that use the C4 pathway are locked into that pathway and have to use more energy to produce the same amount of glucose. The Endocrine System Much photorespiration occurs under hot, dry conditions Chapter 7. The deenergized electrons though still at a higher energy state than originally are passed to the reaction center of PS I.
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Green NOT absorbed Accessory pigments such as carotenoids- yellow and orange. Monitor responses to find out where students are struggling. Chlorophyll a and Chlorophyll b. These reactions use the chemical energy stored in the light dependent reactions to synthesize glucose and other organic compounds. Leaves have adjustable pores stomata to allow access to CO2 at appropriate times e.