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QL1 Individual Assessment Answer Sheet
Homework #6 Answer Form
Name:John TheissBanner ID:1220536QL Section:27Date:10/11/2011Question1Plot the data in the table provided in the Homework as a column bar
graph showing RuBisCO’s speed (kcat) for the 12 different photosyntheticorganisms. To help you the organism’s scientific name has already beenplotted for you on the x-axis. Don’t forget to include meaningful titles for
the graph, and the x- and y-axes.Use Graph Answer SheetQuestion 2You should notice a systematic change in kcat as you move from left to
right along the graph. What happens to RuBisCO’s speed as you go from
Bacteria --> Green Algae --> C4 higher plants --> C3 higher plants --> Nongreen algae? Support your answer!Yes, an obvioius systematic change in kcat occurred as I moved from leftto right along the graph. As you go from bacteria, to green algae, to c4higher plants, to c3 high plants, and finally to nongreen algae plants,RuBisCO's speed goes slower and slower threw each change. The trend inthe graph says it all.Question 3
Create a second bar graph showing RuBisCO’s specificity (Sc/o) for the12 different photosynthetic organisms. Again, to help you the organism’sscientific name has already been plotted for you on the x-axis. Don’t
forget to include meaningful titles for the graph, and the x- and y-axes.Use Graph Answer SheetQuestion 4You should notice a systematic change in Sc/o as you move from left to
right along the graph. What happens to RuBisCO’s specificity as you go
from Bacteria --> Green Algae --> C4 higher plants --> C3 higherplants --> Nongreen algae? Support your answer!
 
QL1 Individual Assessment Answer Sheet
Yes, an obvioius systematic change in Sc/o occurred as I moved from leftto right along the graph. As you go from bacteria, to green algae, to c4higher plants, to c3 high plants, and finally to nongreen algae plants,RuBisCO's systematic change increases threw each change. You have astarting Sc/o of 12, and an ending one of 166.Question 5Using Excel and the information in the RuBisCO data table, create a
Scatter Chart with RuBisCO’s specificity (Sc/o) plotted on the x-axis andRuBisCO’s speed (kcat) plotted on the y-axis. Add a trendline to your
Scatter Plot with its equation. (Make sure you bring your graph to class.
If it’s wrong, you need to know before you attempt the Individual
Assessment).Use Graph Answer Sheet
 
Homework QL#6
Question 1
TitleSpeed for 12 Photosynthetic OrganismsX-axisPhotosynthetic OrganismsY-axisRuBisCO's Speed (kcat)X DataY Data
Rhodospirillum rubrum
7.3
Chromatium vinosum
6.7
Chlamydomonas reinhardtii 
5.8
 Amaranthus hybridus
3.8
Sorghum bicolor 
5.4
 Zea mays
4.4
Triticum aestivum
2.5
Spinacia oleracea
3.7
Nicotiana tabacum
3.4
Phaeodactylum tricornutum
3.4
Griffithsia monilis
2.6
Galdieria sulfuraria
1.2
Question 2
TitleSpecificity for 12 Photosynthetic OrganismsX-axisPhotosynthetic OrganismsY-axisspecificity (Sc/o)X DataY Data
Rhodospirillum rubrum
12
Chromatium vinosum
41
Chlamydomonas reinhardtii 
61
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Photosynthetic Organism
Speed for 12 PhotOrganisSpecificity for 12 PhotosynOrganisms

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