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Making ATP Concept Mapping Review

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The first task is made using the free concept-mapping software, IHMC CMap. The second expands on it with key terms from the four subtopics in our unit.

The first task is made using the free concept-mapping software, IHMC CMap. The second expands on it with key terms from the four subtopics in our unit.

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  • 1. Making ATP Unit Review: Concept Mapping (Core) CC http://i-biology.net
  • 2. Making ATP Unit Review: Concept Mapping (Core) ATP ADP phosphate ion mitochondria cytoplasm enzyme substrate specific active site protein hydrogen bonds amino acids R-group lock and key pH optimum denaturation temperature collision rate concentration increase decrease lactose lactase immobilised alginate beads intolerant glucose galactose chemical energy organic molecules controlled release heat pyruvate glycolysis high yield low yield 6-carbon 3-carbon lactic acid (lactate) carbon dioxide water ethanol oxygen respiration aerobic anaerobic photosynthesis light-dependent light-independent cellulose starch chlorophyll chloroplast red (650-700nm green (525-575nm) blue (450-500nm) high energy low energy absorption spectrum action spectrum pigment photolysis water is split H+ OH- ‘fixation’ methane watervapour high energy, short oxides of nitrogen absorb low energy, long wavelength re-emit wavelength reflect greenhouse effect enhanced decomposition fossilization sedimentation gas exchange combustion arctic ecosystems Making ATP Concept Map Annotated Diagrams & Graphs Aerobic vs anaerobic respirationUse these key-term cards, your assessment statements, Absorption vs action spectratexts and other sources to build a large concept map for Enzymes, active sites, substratesthe Making ATP unit (3.6 Enzymes, 3.7 Cell Respiration, Effect of temp. pH and [substrate] on reactions 3.8 Photosynthesis, 5.2 Greenhouse Effect). Effect of temp. light intensity and [CO2] on photosynthesis The global carbon cycleAll cards must be used and links made with other cards. The greenhouse effect Annotate the links to show how they are related. CO2 trends and annual fluctuations (Mauna Loa) CC http://i-biology.net

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