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Enzymes ATP Chloroplast S&F Pigments Light Reaction Dark Reaction $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
1 ~ $100 Answer The molecule that binds to the enzyme.
1 ~ $100 Question What is the substrate?
1 ~ $200 Answer The energy required to start a chemical reaction.
1 ~ $200 Question What is activation energy?
1 ~ $300 Answer The location where the enzyme binds to the substrate.
1 ~ $300 Question What is the active site?
1 ~ $400 Answer
1 ~ $400 Question What is the Enzyme- Substrate Complex?
1 ~ $500 Answer
1 ~ $500 Question What is denaturation?
2 ~ $100 Answer The three parts of an ATP molecule.
2 ~ $100 Question What are adenine, ribose, and 3 phosphate groups?
2 ~ $200 Answer The location of the energy in an ATP molecule.
2 ~ $200 Question What is between the phosphate groups?
2 ~ $300 Answer The enzyme that makes ATP.
2 ~ $300 Question What is ATP synthase?
2 ~ $400 Answer The transfer of a phosphate from ATP to another molecule.
2 ~ $400 Question What is phosphorylation?
2 ~ $500 Answer Adenine Ribose 1 Phosphate Group
2 ~ $500 Question What is a Adenosine Monophosphate (AMP)?
3 ~ $100 Answer The stacks of thylakoids in a chloroplast.
3 ~ $100 Question What are grana?
3 ~ $200 Answer The fluid surrounding the thylakoids in a chloroplast.
3 ~ $200 Question What is the stroma?
3 ~ $300 Answer The specific location of chlorophyll in a chloroplast.
3 ~ $300 Question What is the thylakoid membrane? or What is in the photosystems?
3 ~ $400 Answer The location of the light dependent reaction.
3 ~ $400 Question What is the thylakoid (membrane)?
3 ~ $500 Answer The location of the light independent reaction.
3 ~ $500 Question What is the stroma?
4 ~ $100 Answer The primary photosynthetic pigment.
4 ~ $100 Question What is chlorophyll a?
4 ~ $200 Answer The pigment in the leaf that is yellow.
4 ~ $200 Question What is xanthophyll?
4 ~ $300 Answer The pigments that trap wavelengths of light that cannot be absorbed by chlorophyll a.
4 ~ $300 Question What are accessory pigments?
4 ~ $400 Answer The color of light that contains the least energy.
4 ~ $400 Question What is red?
4 ~ $500 Answer The pigment located in PSI and PSII.
4 ~ $500 Question What is chlorophyll a?
5 ~ $100 Answer 1 O, 2 H +, 2 e -
5 ~ $100 Question What are the products from the splitting of water?
5 ~ $200 Answer The molecule that pays back the lost electrons from PSII.
5 ~ $200 Question What is water?
5 ~ $300 Answer The object that accepts electrons from PSII.
5 ~ $300 Question What is the primary electron acceptor?
5 ~ $400 Answer The molecule that accepts electrons from PSI.
5 ~ $400 Question What is NADP + ?
5 ~ $500 Answer The product of the light reaction that does not go to the dark reaction.
5 ~ $500 Question What is O 2 ?
6 ~ $100 Answer The molecule that fixes CO 2.
6 ~ $100 Question What is RuBP?
6 ~ $200 Answer The molecules required to convert PGA into PGAL.
6 ~ $200 Question What are ATP & NADPH?
6 ~ $300 Answer The number of PGAL molecules that is needed to make one molecule of glucose.
6 ~ $300 Question What is 2?
6 ~ $400 Answer The number of PGAL molecules that it takes to regenerate RuBP.
6 ~ $400 Question What is 10?
6 ~ $500 Answer The products of the Dark Reaction.
6 ~ $500 Question What are Glucose, ADP+P, & NADP + ?
30 Seconds The object that is directly responsible for providing the energy for the production of ATP.
What is the proton pump?
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