It is an endergonic and anaerobic reaction. Critical to the process is chlorophyll, the primary photosynthetic pigment in chloroplasts. The chemical equation for photosynthesis is: 36 ATP + 6CO2 + 6H2O C6H12O6 + O2 (From: “LabBench for Lab 4.” LabBench.
Plant Pigments and Photosynthesis Lab. Part A: Chromatography of Plant Pigments. Paper chromatography is a useful technique for separating and identifying pigment and other molecules from cell extracts that contain a complex mixture of molecules.
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Spring phytoplankton photosynthesis, growth, and primary production and relationships to a recurrent coastal sediment plume and river inputs in southeastern Lake Michigan Steven E. Lohrenz,1 Gary L. Fahnenstiel,2 David F. Millie,3 Oscar M. E. Schofield,4 Tom Johengen,5 and Trisha Bergmann4
G. What reasons can you give for the difference in the percentage of transmittance between the live chloroplasts that were incubated in the light and those that were kept in the dark? H. Identify the function of each of the cuvettes: 1. cuvette 1 2. cuvette 2 3. cuvette 3 4. cuvette 4 5. cuvette 5 I. Overall what did you learn from this lab? VI.
The food we eat is first digested by enzymes as you learned in the previous lab. Once the polymers in your food (e.g., polysaccharides, triglycerides, protein) have been broken down by enzymes into monomers (e.g., monosaccharides such as glucose, fatty acids, amino acids), they enter the blood circulation and are delivered to the cells of the body.
Photosynthesis is used by plants, some bacteria, and some protists to convert the carbon dioxide and water using the energy from sunlight into sugar and it results in the release of O 2 as a byproduct. The sugar molecules produced during photosynthesis are used by plant cells as fuel for cellular respiration to produce ATP for cellular work.