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Photosynthesis INFO-I202

Amanda Duba
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Social Economics
John Paolillo

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Date Created: 02/03/15
Photosynthesis Monday February 2 2015 524 PM Chloroplast Membrane Extract Chloroplast Membrane Suspension 0 Example Grass stains can39t come out ofjeans Non polar solution because they have a phospholipid bilayer that sugarwaste is nonpolarand hydrophobic Spinach in a Grind up the plant and filter it bowl ofacetone Acetone dissolves the lipid Ice it to maintain membrane structure bilayer The pigments that were in the Pourthe DCIP into it and nothing happens chloroplast become suspended in the acetone Put light behind it and it will change color Create a dark green liquid Pourwater into the mixture and the solution with become very obviously nonpolar Paper Chromatography separating the different components ofthe mixture 0 Handling of energy in cells is usually associated with membranes Chloroplasts contain pigmented membranes which absorb red and blue light energy 0 In intact chloroplast membranes the physical radiant energy of light can be trapped as chemical energy that is added to compounds associated with the membranes ATP NADPH Chlorophyll Nitrogen one R groupwhich distinguishes chlorophyll A and B by replacing CH3A with CHO B has a hydrophobic phytyl side chain Anchors thechlorophyll in the lipid bilayer Single atom of magnesium in the center ofthe structure Von Helmont 1600 First Quantitative Study Pigmented molecule obtai excited state 1 Thermal Dissipation excited second level 2 Photon of Fluoresce Plant Mode of N utrition f n Illnullf ll39l39IRIInfquotl f llnun ining Light energy and pushed into Outer molecule returns from to original level and heat is released nt Outer molecule returns from LUZ 39l39 I39IZU 139 LIUI39I I EN EKUY quot39PLI39IZU39I39 U2 NORGANC LIGHT All Macro C02 H20 MINERAL ENERGY gt Molecules NUTRIENTS Diffuse nutrients into the environment excited second level released Energy Transfer Ene another electron on returns to original s1 Electron Transfer N molecule becomes c to original level and light is argy from excited electron is giving to a near by molecule and electron ate ADP picks up electron and the gtxidized Hydroponics Growing plants without soil


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