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Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
Process of Photosynthesis
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Process of Photosynthesis

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  • 1. The Process of Photosynthesis By: Elizabeth Mikes ED 205 Sec. 16
  • 2. Photosynthesis Quit
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  • 5. Light-dependent Reactions <ul><li>The light-dependent reactions begin with the photolysis of water. This breaks down water into protons, electrons, oxygen, and hydrogen. This occurs within the thylakoid space in a cell. This eventually leads to the cytochrome complex and photosystems . This process moves the electrons through the thylakoid space and adds energy. </li></ul><ul><li>The ending result of this is electrons are stored as NADPH molecules in the stroma. </li></ul>Quit
  • 6. Light-dependent Reactions Continued Quit
  • 7. Light-independent Reactions Quit
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  • 9. Light-independent Reactions Continued <ul><li>The third and final stage is the Regeneration Phase . The remaining PGAL molecules are transformed back into RuBP by a complex series of enzyme-mediated steps. </li></ul><ul><li>There is a total of eighteen carbons in the end. </li></ul><ul><li>The reason this is called regeneration is because the carbon molecules change from 2 three-carbon back to a five-carbon and a PGAL. </li></ul><ul><li>Click Here For a Link to Animation Website </li></ul>Quit
  • 10. Photorespiration Quit
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