3 PhotosynthesisCarbon dioxide (CO2) requiring process that uses light energy (photons) and water (H2O) to produce organic macromolecules (glucose).6CO H2O C6H12O O2glucoseSUNphotons
4 Where does photosynthesis take place? Question:Where does photosynthesis take place?
5 Plants Autotrophs – produce their own food (glucose) Process called photosynthesisMainly occurs in the leaves:a. stoma - poresb. mesophyll cellsMesophyllCellChloroplastStoma
6 Stomata (stoma)Pores in a plant’s cuticle through which water vapor and gases (CO2 & O2) are exchanged between the plant and the atmosphere.Guard CellOxygen(O2)StomaCarbon Dioxide(CO2)Found on the underside of leaves
7 Mesophyll Cell of Leaf Photosynthesis occurs in these cells! Nucleus Cell WallChloroplastCentral VacuolePhotosynthesis occurs in these cells!
8 Chloroplast Organelle where photosynthesis takes place. StromaOuter MembraneThylakoidGranumInner MembraneThylakoid stacks are connected together
9 Grana make up the inner membrane ThylakoidThylakoid MembraneGranumThylakoid SpaceGrana make up the inner membrane
12 Chlorophyll Molecules Located in the thylakoid membranes]Chlorophyll pigments harvest energy (photons) by absorbing certainwavelengths (blue-420 nm and red-660 nm are most important)Plants are green because the green wavelength is reflected, not absorbed.
14 Wavelength of Light (nm) 400500600700Short waveLong wave(more energy)(less energy)
15 Absorption of Light by Chlorophyll Chlorophyll absorbs blue-violet & red light bestviolet blue green yellow orange redAbsorptionwavelength
16 During the fall, what causes the leaves to change colors? Question:During the fall, what causes the leaves to change colors?
17 Fall ColorsIn addition to the chlorophyll pigments, there are other pigments presentDuring the fall, the green chlorophyll pigments are greatly reduced revealing the other pigmentsCarotenoids are pigments that are either red, orange, or yellow
18 What do cells use for energy? Question:What do cells use for energy?
21 Energy for Life on Earth Sunlight is the ULTIMATE energy for all life on EarthPlants store energy in the chemical bonds of sugarsChemical energy is released as ATP during cellular respiration
22 Structure of ATP ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate It is composed of the nitrogen base ADENINE, the pentose (5C) sugar RIBOSE, and three PHOSPHATE groupsThe LAST phosphate group is bonded with a HIGH ENERGY chemical bondThis bond can be BROKEN to release ENERGY for CELLS to use
23 Removing a Phosphate from ATP Breaking the LAST PHOSPHATE bond from ATP, will ---Release ENERGY for cells to useForm ADPProduce a FREE PHOSPHATE GROUP
28 Two Parts of Photosynthesis Two reactions make up photosynthesis:1.Light Reaction or Light Dependent Reaction -Produces energy from solar power (photons) in the form of ATP and NADPH.SUN
29 Two Parts of Photosynthesis 2. Calvin Cycle or Light Independent ReactionUses energy (ATP and NADPH) from light reaction to make sugar (glucose).
30 Light Reaction (Electron Flow) Occurs in the Thylakoid membranes
31 Calvin Cycle Carbon Fixation (light independent reaction) C3 plants (80% of plants on earth)Occurs in the stromaUses ATP and NADPH from light reaction as energyUses CO2To produce glucose: it takes 6 turns and uses 18 ATP and 12 NADPH.
37 CAM Plants Hot, dry environments 5% of plants (cactus and ice plants) Stomates closed during dayStomates open during the nightLight reaction - occurs during the dayCalvin Cycle - occurs when CO2 is present
38 Why do CAM plants close their stomata during the day? Question:Why do CAM plants close their stomata during the day?
39 Cam plants close their stomata in the hottest part of the day to conserve water
40 What is the Difference ?Journal in your notebooks using a Venn diagram to discuss your comparisons between C3 and C4 Plants.