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Enzymes, Photosynthesis, Respiration. Test Prep. Enzymes, Photosynthesis, Respiration. Locked Out-100. The organic class that makes up enzymes is known as:. Answer-Locked Out-100. Proteins. Locked Out-200. The reactant in an enzyme catalyzed reaction is called:. Answer-Locked Out-200. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Enzymes, Photosynthesis, RespirationTest Prep

  • Enzymes, Photosynthesis, Respiration

  • Locked Out-100The organic class that makes up enzymes is known as:

  • Answer-Locked Out-100Proteins

  • Locked Out-200The reactant in an enzyme catalyzed reaction is called:

  • Answer-Locked Out-200Substrate

  • Locked Out-300The place where a substrate attaches to an enzyme is called:

  • Answer-Locked Out-300Active Site

  • Locked Out-400One of two environmental factors that affects enzyme function; it could leave a sour taste in your mouth!

  • Answer-Locked Out-400pH

  • Locked Out-500The reasons why enzymes are needed in the first place; dont stick your finger in the electrical outlet!

  • Answer-Locked Out-500Lower Activation Energy

  • The Feeding Tube-100Organisms such as plants, bacteria, and algae; you know when the suns a shining, sweetness is being made!

  • Answer: The Feeding Tube-100Autotrophs

  • The Feeding Tube-200There would be no trips to the market if this type of organism could make their own food.

  • Answer-Feeding Tube-200Heterotroph

  • The Feeding Tube-300Type of chemical reaction in which muscle is built up; Barry and Roger may know something about this.

  • Answer-Feeding Tube -300Anabolic

  • The Feeding Tube-400The sun giving a jolt of energy to the plant is this type of chemical reaction:

  • Answer-The Feeding Tube-400Endergonic

  • The Feeding Tube-500Glycolysis includes these two types of chemical reactions.

  • Answer-Feeding Tube-500Catabolic & Exergonic

  • In The Dark-100Stage of photosynthesis that is refered to as the dark stages; Just remember plants are no night owls!

  • Answer-In The Dark-100Light Independent Stage

  • In The Dark-200Place where Light Independent Photosynthesis occurs; dont subtract a letter and make it a leaf part!

  • Answer-In The Dark-200Stroma

  • In The Dark-300This inorganic compound is fixed into glucose during the dark stages.

  • Answer-In The Dark-300Carbon Dioxide

  • In The Dark-400Played w/ Hobbes; Not really but process of carbon fixation requires 6 cranks of this cycle of light independent photosynthesis.

  • Answer-In The Dark-400Calvin Cycle

  • In The Dark-500Actual useful products of light dependent photosynthesis that are used in the dark stages of photosynthesis:

  • Answer-In The Dark-500ATP & NADPH

  • E Is What I Need-100Occurs in the cytoplasm absent of oxygen.

  • Answer-E Is What I Need-100Anaerobic respiration

  • E Is What I Need-200Site where aerobic respiration occurs;little power plants spread throughout our cells that Ford, Chevy, and Mercedes can be jealous of:

  • Answer-E Is What I Need-200Mitochondria

  • E Is What I Need-300The two phases of Aerobic Respiration; 1 could be a senior at JTHS, the other was involved elsewhere in this unit:

  • Answer-E Is What I Need-400The Krebs Cycle and Electron Transport Chain

  • E Is What I Need-400Forget about Rocky Balboa having the energy needed to beat Ivan Drago if this process prior to respiration did not occur:

  • Answer-E Is What I Need-400Glycolysis

  • E Is What I Need-500What a workout; keeping up with Fergy on the track sure built this up, I need to see a trainer!

  • Answer-E Is What I Need-500Lactic Acid

  • Leaf it To Beaver - 100Waxy portion found on top of leaf to prevent drying out:

  • Answer- Leaf it To Beaver-100Cuticle

  • Leaf it To Beaver-200Tiny air spaces found on the bottom of leaf to transport gases into and out of leaf:

  • Answer-Leaf it To Beaver -200Stoma or stomata

  • Leaf it To Beaver - 300Leaves have veins too? These bundles of tissue are responsible for transporting sugars/organic materials all around the plant and water to leaves from the roots.

  • Answer-Leaf it To Beaver-300Xylem & Phloem

  • Leaf it To Beaver-400Like an ad in the classified section of chloroplast; need help making sugar, this portion of the leaf is for hire:

  • Answer- Leaf it To Beaver-400Palisade Mesophyll Layer

  • Leaf it To Beaver -500Found in the thylakoids, the presence (or absence) of these could lead us to believe that color actually exists in the various wavelengths of light that is absorbed or reflected:

  • Answer- Leaf it To Beaver-500Pigments

  • Final JeopardyLight and Color

  • QuestionWhat are the two reasons that photosynthetic organisms utilize white light from the sun as compared to the other forms of electromagnetic radiation?

  • Answer-Final JeopardyReaches Earth most often and is not harmful to an organisms cells.

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