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Support the statement

:
The sun is the ultimate source of energy for most living organism
on earth.”

Where does our
energy come
from?

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List the steps of the light reaction.

List the steps of lactic acid fermentation.

Draw the steps of lactic acid fermentation.

What are the main products of the Light cycle?

How many electron transport chains are in the light reaction?

Where does the light reaction take place?

Where is each of those products used?

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List the steps of alcoholic fermentation.

Draw all of the light reactions within the thylakoid.
(see page 237; make sure to identify each electron transport
chain and each photosystem)

Draw the steps of alcoholic fermentation.

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List the steps of the Calvin cycle.

Where does the CO2 come from?

Define NADP+ /NADPH and explain it’s function.

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Summarize the 2 major steps of aerobic cellular
respiration.

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Draw the Calvin cycle.

Show how much ATP cellular respiration generates.

(see page 238; show a single CO2 entering the cycle.)

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What is ATP? (Define the term, draw and label the structure)

To which major macromolecule group does ATP belong?

Where is the energy stored in the ATP? BE SPECIFIC!

Draw the electron transport chain (see page 259)

Write the chemical equation for photosynthesis.

Draw the summary picture of the two stages of photosynthesis. (p 233; label and include ATP & NADPH)

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How is the electron transport chain similar or different from
the electron transport chain in the light reaction?

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List the steps of the electron transport chain.

What factors affect photosynthesis? Explain each

Plants have become specialized to survive under extreme condition, list and explain the adaptations that have helped them survive.

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Draw the overview of the relationship between cellular respiration and photosynthesis. (see page 253)

Draw the steps of pyruvic acid being converted to
acetyl-CoA; then show the Krebs cycle. (see page 257)

Explain why these are considered biochemical pathways; and
why they are dependent on each other.

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Explain what happens to pyruvic acid before it can be used in the
Krebs cycle. (see page 257)

Write the chemical equation for cellular respiration.

List the steps of the Krebs cycle. (see page 257)

What are the three parts of cellular respiration?

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Draw the steps of glycolysis

Explain the steps of glycolysis.

(see page 255)

Where does glycolysis take place?

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