Imagine a leaf in bright light but an atmosphere with no carbon dioxide. Would RuBP carboxylase be functioning? Would the
Imagine a leaf in bright light but an atmosphere with no carbon dioxide. Would RuBP carboxylase be functioning? Would the NADP be in the reduced or oxidized form?
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Chapter # 10- Energy Metabolism: Photosynthesis Chapter Opener Image: The high-energy electrons moving through these power lines are dangerous and could easily kill a person. Photosynthesis also involves the movement of high-energy electrons, which, if not controlled properly, can and do damage chloroplasts and even the whole plant. There was no electricity flowing through these lines when they were being constructed, but a plant’s photosynthetic pigments become energized as soon as they are synthesized, and
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