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which gas would disappear from the environment if photosynthesis stopped? Oxygen
What will happen to the rate of photosynthesis if sodium bicarbonate was added in the water having hydrilla plant? it would accelerate
The reduction of co-enzyme NADP depends on? photolysis of water
in non-cyclic photophosphorylation, what components act as electron donors and acceptors? Chl-a of PSI and Chl-a of PSII
How does chlorohyll-a differ from chrolophyll-b? chlorohyll-a has a methyl group while chlorophyll-a has a aldehyde group
the reaction when PGA is converted into PGAL, is called? reduction
in c3 pathway, the first stable compound is? PGA
In con-cyclic photophosphorylation, the electron emitted by P680 is replaced by electron from? water
Which organism is responsible for majority of all photosynthesis? Algae of the ocean
In cyclic and non-cyclic photophosphorylation, the first acceptor of electron are? Ferridoxin and plastoquinone respt.
where does the synthesis of glucose occure in C4 plants? Bundle sheath cells
where does primary photosynthesis occur? in the Grana
where does secondary photosynthesis occur? in the stroma
Which one occurs during both cyclic and non-cyclic photophosphorylation? formation of ATP
during photosynthesis water is ___________ while CO2 is ________? water is reduced and CO2 is oxidized
what is the first step during photosynthesis? photolysis of water
PGA is the first stable compound formed in? c3 pathway
where does the synthesis of glucose occure in C4 plants? Bundle sheath cells
Can C4 plants perform photosythesis in low CO2? C4 plants can perform photosynthesis in low CO2.
What happens during light reaction? Lysis of water molecule
where does the light reaction happen? the thylakoid membrane
what is another name of the light reaction? light dependent reaction
what is produced in the light reaction? ATP and NADPH which act as energy transfer molecules in the dark reaction
The Loculus is the internal space of? Thylakoid
how many photosystems are there? two PSI and PSII
which of the photosystems is referred to as P700? PSI because it responds to 700 nm light most strongly
which photosystem responds to 680 nm light? PSII, and it is therefore referred to as P680
Which of the two photosystems is most sensitive? PSII is the most sensitive to shorter wavelengths i.e 680 nm light, it absorbs slightly more energy than PSI

which gas would disappear from the environment if photosynthesis stopped?

What will happen to the rate of photosynthesis if sodium bicarbonate was added in the water having hydrilla plant?

The reduction of co-enzyme NADP depends on?

in non-cyclic photophosphorylation, what components act as electron donors and acceptors?

How does chlorohyll-a differ from chrolophyll-b?

the reaction when PGA is converted into PGAL, is called?

in c3 pathway, the first stable compound is?

In con-cyclic photophosphorylation, the electron emitted by P680 is replaced by electron from?

Which organism is responsible for majority of all photosynthesis?

In cyclic and non-cyclic photophosphorylation, the first acceptor of electron are?

where does the synthesis of glucose occure in C4 plants?

where does primary photosynthesis occur?

where does secondary photosynthesis occur?

Which one occurs during both cyclic and non-cyclic photophosphorylation?

during photosynthesis water is ___________ while CO2 is ________?

what is the first step during photosynthesis?

PGA is the first stable compound formed in?

where does the synthesis of glucose occure in C4 plants?

Can C4 plants perform photosythesis in low CO2?

What happens during light reaction?

where does the light reaction happen?

what is another name of the light reaction?

what is produced in the light reaction?

The Loculus is the internal space of?

how many photosystems are there?

which of the photosystems is referred to as P700?

which photosystem responds to 680 nm light?

Which of the two photosystems is most sensitive?

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