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Introduction to Photosynthesis
Leaf & Chloroplast Anatomy
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Pigments of Photosynthesis
Stages of Photosynthesis
Light Reactions of Photosynthesis
Cyclic vs. Non-Cyclic Photophosphorylation
Calvin Cycle
Prokaryotic Photosynthesis

Concept #1: Light Reactions of Photosynthesis

Example #1: The light reactions are powered by ________ energy. In normal photosynthesis the products of the light reactions are used to power __________.

Practice: Describe the primary function of the light reactions of photosynthesis.

a) Production of NADPH used in cellular respiration.

b) Use of ATP to make glucose.

c) Conversion of chemical energy to light energy.

d) Production of ATP and NADPH.

Concept #2: Light Reactions of Photosynthesis

Practice: Where do the electrons that are excited in photosystem II come from?

a) CO2.

b) O2.   

c) Glucose.   

d) Photosystem I.   

e) Water.

Practice: During the light reactions, photosystem I functions to_________, and photosystem II functions to __________.

a) Reduce CO2; oxidize NADPH.

b) Synthesize ATP; Produce O2.

c) Produce O2; oxidize NADPH.

d) Reduce NADP+; oxidize H2O.

Concept #3: Light Reactions of Photosynthesis

Practice: What is the correct order of steps of the light reactions of Photosynthesis?

a) photosystem I, ETC, photosystem II, NADP+ reduction, chemiosmosis.

b) photosystem I, photosystem II, ETC, NADP+ reduction, chemiosmosis.

c) photosystem II, ETC, photosystem I, NADP+ reduction, chemiosmosis.

d) photosystem II, photosystem I, ETC, NADP+ reduction, chemiosmosis.