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Pigments Pretty Pigments !. Give me Light!. The Dark Side!. Photo Labs. Grab Bag. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 15. 15. 15. 15. 15. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. 25. 25. 25. 25. 25. Chlorophyl l reflects this color of light. What is green?. 5. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Chlorophyll reflects this color of light.What is green? 52This is the role that chlorophyll plays in photosynthesis.What is to absorb light energy? 10This is what happens to electrons in a chlorophyll a molecule when they absorb light.15What is they are excited to a higher energy level?This is what we call pigments other than chlorophyll.What are accessory pigments?20This yellow pigment is found in plants but is not directly involved in photosynthesis.25What is xanthrophyll?

This is the location in the chloroplasts where the light reactions take place.5What is the thylakoid membrane? These are the two products of the light reactions that provide energy for the Calvin cycle.What are ATP and NADPH?10This is the source of the oxygen that is released during photosynthesis.What is water?15The electrons lost by Photosystem 1 are replaced by electrons coming from here.What is Photosystem II? 20This process, that happens in the thylakoid membrane, is responsible for providing energy to produce ATP molecules.What is chemiosmosis.25This is the location in the chloroplasts where the Calvin Cycle takes place.5What is the stroma? In the Calvin Cycle, the carbon required to make organic molecules comes from this compound.What is carbon dioxide?10In the Calvin Cycle, the hydrogen required to make organic molecules comes from this compound.What is NADPH? 15At the start of the Calvin Cycle, 3 molecules of carbon dioxide combine with this molecule to make 6 molecules of 3-PGA.What is RuBP?(Ribulose Biphosphate)20

One molecule of this compound is produced during the Calvin Cycle and used to make glucose or starch.What is G3P?(Glyceraldehyde 3-Phosphate)25 What is chromatography? 5This technique is used to separate pigments based on their solubility in a solvent.In lab, we demonstrated that photosynthesis was occurring in geranium leaves by measuring the production of this molecule.What is starch?15This pigment traveled the farthest on our chromatography strip.What is carotene?20This is the color of phenol red in a very acidic solution.What is yellow?25These are organisms that can make their own food.What are autotrophs?5These are organisms that must eat food.What are heterotrophs?10This is the equation for photosynthesis.What is 6CO2 + 6H20 C6H1206 + 60215This is the plant organelle required for photosynthesis.What is the chloroplast?20These are two types of organisms other than plants that can perform photosynthesis. What are some bacteria and some protists?25