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All About Energy


Carbon Fixation


Photosystems


Alternate Pathways


Light & Dark Reactions


Vocabulary


Light & Dark Reactions

Carbon Fixation

Photo-systems

Alternate Pathways

All About Energy

Vocabulary

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Ultimate energy for all life on Earth


What is sunlight?


Organisms such as plants and algae that can trap energy from the sun and convert it into chemical energy


What are autotrophs?


Type of chemical energy made during photosynthesis and used by all cells


What is ATP?


Type of chlorophyll that absorbs light energy in the range of 650 nm wavelength


What is chlorophyll a?


Photosynthesis is this type of Energy reaction


What is an endergonic reaction?


Molecule that supplies the carbon atoms in photosynthesis


What is CO2?


The biochemical pathway that is used in photosynthesis to produce the organic compound Glucose


What is the Calvin Cycle?


Part of the Chloroplast where carbon fixation occurs


What is the stroma?


The 5-carbon molecule that combines with CO2 in the chloroplast to form a 6-carbon molecule


What is RuBP?


Molecule that forms when PGA combines with a phosphate from ATP


What is PGAL?


Stacks of thylakoids inside the chloroplast


What are grana?


Three things that happen to light when it strikes an object


What is reflected, transmitted, or absorbed?


Molecule in photosystems I and II that becomes excited by light energy


What is Chlorophyll a?


Substance that supplies the needed electrons to replace ones lost by chlorophyll


What is water?


Where the electron transport chain takes place


What is the thylakoid membrane?


The most common pathway for carbon fixation


What is the Calvin Cycle or C3 Cycle?


Plants that only fix carbon using the Calvin Cycle


What are C3 plants?


Pores where most water loss occurs on a plant


What are stomata?


Sugar cane, corn, and crab grass are examples


What are C4 plants?


Cactus and pineapple are examples


What are CAM plants?


Yellow, Orange, and Brown pigments that absorb light


What are carotenoids?


Reactions in which water is split


What are the light reactions?


Process in the light reactions that synthesizes ATP


What is chemiosmosis?


Enzyme in the thylakoid membrane that helps make ATP in the light reactions


What is ATP synthetase?


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Gas that builds up in the atmosphere causing acid rain that kills plants


What is carbon dioxide?


Photosynthesis occurs here in algae


What is the chloroplast?


Absorb colors of light not picked up by chlorophyll


What are accessory pigments?


A series of linked reactions such as photosynthesis


What is a biochemical pathway?


Pathway that enables plants to fix carbon into 4-carbon compounds


What is the C4 pathway?


Plants that open their stomata at night and close them during the day


What are CAM plants?


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Glycolysis


Fermentation


Aerobic Respiration


Krebs Cycle


Energy


Wild Card


Krebs Cycle

AerobicRespiration

Wild Card

Glycolysis

Energy

Fermentation

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Occurs Here inside a Cell


What is the cytoplasm?


Glycolysis is this type of biochemical Pathway


What is Anaerobic?


Three Carbon compound produced when Glucose is split


What is Pyruvic Acid or Pyruvate?


Coenzyme that is reduced during glycolysis whenever it accepts electrons


What is NAD+ or Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide?


Net Production of ATP from Glycolysis


What is two ATP molecules?


Fermentation is this type of biochemical pathway


What is anaerobic or without oxygen?


Type of Fermentation in Muscle Cells


What is Lactic Acid Fermentation?


Name of the Alcohol made during Alcoholic Fermentation


What is Ethyl Alcohol or Ethanol?


Energy Carrier that is oxidized during Lactic Acid Fermentation


What is NAD+?


Two Food Products made by Lactic Acid Fermentation


What are yogurt and cheese?


Gas needed for pyruvate to enter this pathway


What is oxygen?


Produces nearly this much more ATP than Glycolysis alone


What is twenty times more?


Two Major Stages of Aerobic Respiration


What are the Krebs Cycle & Electron Transport Chain?


Where Aerobic Respiration occurs in Bacteria


What is the cytosol?


Pyruvate made during glycolysis diffuses here


What is the Mitochondrial Matrix?


Krebs Cycle breaks down this 2-carbon molecule


What is Acetyl CoA?


Krebs Cycle occurs here in Eukaryotic Cells


What is the mitochondrial matrix?


Four Carbon Compound that combines with Acetyl CoA to begin the Krebs Cycle


What is Oxaloacetic Acid?


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First Six-Carbon Compound made in the Krebs Cycle


What is Citric Acid?


Two Energy Carriers other than ATP that are reduced in the Krebs Cycle


What are NAD+ and FAD?


Amount of Energy Needed to start Glycolysis


What are 2 ATP?


Gross Amount of ATP Made during Glycolysis


What is 4 ATP?


Makes Most of the energy Produced in Cellular Respiration


What is the Electron Transport Chain?


Total Amount of NADH made during Cellular Respiration


What is 10 NADH?


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Equivalent Amount of ATP made from the 2 FADH2 molecules in the Krebs Cycle


What is 4 ATP?


Number of kilocalories Obtained from one Glucose molecule When it is Burned


What is 686 kilocalories?


Total number of ATP Molecules Generated through the Electron Transport Chain


What is 34 ATP?


Total Amount of ATP that can be generated through Cellular Respiration


What is 38 ATP?


Process by which Carbonated Beverages are Made


What is Alcoholic Fermentation?


Process used by the First Bacteria to Generate all their ATP


What is Glycolysis?


Final

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Important Energy Process used in Both Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis


What is the Electron Transport Chain?


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