can u give me the answers for the table in NCERT biology Ch-13 respiration in plants regarding the difference between C3 and C4 plants plzz..i have exam day after tommorow !!
the primary acceptor of co2 is rubp-a six carbon compound.
the first stable product is 3-phosphoglycerate
it occurs only in the mesophyll cells of the leaf
it is a slower process of co2 fixation and photo respiration losses are high.
the primary acceptor of co2 is phosphoenol pyruvate-a three carbon compound.
the first stable product is oxolo-acetic acid
it occurs in the mesophyll and bundle sheath cells of the leaves
it is a faster process of co2 fixation and photo-respiration losses are low
calvin cycle occurs in all photosynthetic plants, it does not matter whether they are c3 or c4 plants. In c3 plants it occurs in mesophyll cells but in c4 plants it does not take place in the mesophyll cells but does so only in the bundle sheath cells.
primary acceptor of co2 in c3 plantis rubp and in c4 plants it is pep.
no. of carbon in primary co2 acceptor in c3 plant is 5 and in c4 plants is 3
the primary co2 fixation product in c3 plants is pga and in c4 plants is oaa
no of carbons in the primary co2 fixation product in c3 plants is 3 and in c4 plants is 4
yes c3 plant have rubisco and in c4 plant rubisco is present in bundle seath cell only
no c3 plant does not have pepcase and in c4 plant it is only present in mesophyll cells only
in c3 plants rubisco is present in mesophyll cells and in c4 plants it is present in bundle sheath cells.
under high light condition co2 fixation rate is medium
ex. of c4 plants cactus, ex. of c3 plants dandelion.