During the light-dependent reaction of photosynthesis, light energy is converted into which form of energy?
Along with plants and algae, in which organisms can photosynthesis occur?
Which is the site of the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis?
To which substance does ferredoxin transfer an electron?
What is the source of energy that drives photosynthesis?
Which is the best description of photophosphorylation?
the conversion of light energy to chemical energy
the removal of a phosphate group from a molecule
the conversion of ADP to ATP using light energy
Jasmine and Marcus are at the park, and Jasmine makes the following statements. Which of them is an inference?
The flowers are breathtaking.
The plant is producing oxygen.
The bush has thorns.
Why are algae and ferns both green?
They each contain chlorophyll that absorbs green light and reflects violet-blue light.
Algae contain chlorophyll, and ferns contain ferredoxin that absorbs violet-blue light and reflects green light.
Ferns contain chlorophyll, and algae contain ferredoxin that absorbs green light and reflects violet-blue light.
Which event occurs in photosystem I?
Light energy excites electrons.
Oxygen is released as waste.
Electrons are transferred to ferredoxin.
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