Biology Now Study Set 1
Quiz 5: How Cells Work
The Events of the Calvin Cycle
The events of the Calvin cycle A) use ATP and NADPH to produce sugars. B) move electrons from photosystem II to photosystem I. C) move light-energized electrons to photosystem II. D) absorb light from the light reactions.
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The role of water in photosynthesis is to A) provide a phosphate group to ATP. B) capture light energy and transfer it to the electron transport chain. C) provide electrons to the chlorophyll. D) combine with carbon dioxide (CO₂) to make glucose.
Which of the following statements describe the function of the light reaction in photosynthesis? A) As electrons move through the light reaction, they release energy that is used to concentrate protons in the thylakoid. B) As electrons move through the light reaction, they catalyze the formation of ATP. C) The light reaction releases CO₂ from glucose. D) The light reaction captures and stores the electrons given off by NADPH.
In photosynthesis,the carbon used to make sugars is A) provided by enzymes. B) provided by carbon dioxide. C) extracted from DNA. D) oxidized to make sugars.
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