Process of Light & the Calvin Cycle in Photosynthesis


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Im working on a powerpoint for my Botany class. Were working in a team and I need an introduction for our team assignment someone dropped the ball and I was asked at the last minute I’m at work and have to turn it in tonight. Im wondering if thats something I could get help with? ATTACHMENT PREVIEW Download attachment BIO204_Week 3 Team Presentation last second.pptx Process of Light & the Calvin Cycle in Photosynthesis Presentation Introduction Anatomical Features and Organelles Stomata: Pore that allows gas exchange. Guard Cell: Pair of cells that regulate stomata opening. Chloroplast: Uses light energy to produce ATP/NADPH Parenchyma Cell: Tissue of non-woody structure. Stroma: Produces enzymes. Synthesizes organic molecules. • Thylakoid: Where light reaction of photosynthesis occurs. • Grana: Stacks of Thylakoids • • • • • Light Reaction of Photosynthesis • Light is absorbed by the chlorophyll • Energy from light splits H2O • Hydrogen from water reduces NADP+ to NADPH • Chemiosmosis makes ATP from ADP • Products of light reaction Energy= ATP & NADPH By-product= O2 (Horne & Bear, n.d., figure 1) THE CYCLIC AND NONCYCLIC PATH TRAVELED BY AN ELECTRON DURING THE ELECTRON TRANSPORT CHAIN. (Decker, 2016) This chain accomplishes the production of ATP through chemiosmosis. (Decker, 2016) This chain accomplishes electron excitement due to light absorption Process of ATP • • ("Plastids", 2016). ATP synthesis of thylakoid membrane is comparable to mitochondrial enzyme Energy is preserved diversity in proton concentration across the thylakoid membrane Three Phases of Calvin Cycle • Calvin Cycle Stages: Carbon Fixation, Reduction and Regeneration • Calvin cycle does not take place in dark ("Light Reactions Of Photosynthesis", 2016). Reactant/Product Cycle NADPH ATP NADP+ ADP Conclusion References •Hanks, G. (2014). Photosynthesis and Respiration. Cells and Cellular Processes. Retrieved from http://science-dfjhs.web.nebo.edu/home/biology/cells-and-cellular-processes/cell3/c8 •Light Reactions of Photosynthesis. (2016). Retrieved from http://www.ck12.org/book/CK-12-LifeScience-Concepts-For-Middle-School/section/2.12/ •Plastids. (2016). Retrieved from http://www.sivabio.50webs.com/plastids.htm •The Calvin cycle. (2016). Retrieved from https://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology/photosynthesis-in-plants/the-calvin-cyclereactions/a/calvin-cycle •Horne, E., & Bear, R. A. (n.d.). Photosynthesis [Image]. Retrieved from https://cnx.org/contents/Yc9hZ70@8/Calvin-Cycle •Stomata. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.eoearth.org/view/article/156262/ •Stroma function. (2005). Retrieved from http://www.plant-biology.com/Stroma-Function.php •The two parts of photosynthesis. (2016). Retrieved April 16th, 2016, from https://www.boundless.com/biology/textbooks/boundless-biology-textbook/photosynthesis8/overview-of-photosynthesis-80/the-two-parts-of-photosynthesis-373-11599/ Decker, Laura. Cyclic vs. Non-cyclic Electron Flow. 2016. Web. 13 Apr. 2016. Decker, Laura. Light Reactions: Photosystem I & II. 2016. Web. 13 Apr. 2016. Zenith, (2015). Differences between cyclic and non-cyclic photophorylation. Retrieved from http://www.majordifferences.com/2013/02/difference-between-cyclic-and-non.html#.VxHFFjElJdg Read more

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