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I need to know the answers to the columns of table 13.1, highlighting the difference between c3 and c4 plants. Thank you so much.
why 12 molecules of water as substrate are used in the equation of photosynthesis???
1.Difference between absorption & action spectrum.
THE FIRST FOOD SUBSTANCE, PLANTS MAKE IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS IS .....1] SUGAR 2] STARCH 3] PROTEINS 4] FATS
explain calvins cycle,c3 and c4 pathway
what is meant by photo-oxidation.How does accessory pigments protect chlorophyll a from photo oxidation?
can you give me a short note on calvin cycle and the C4 pathway in plants...?
what do u mean by downhill movement of electrons
can i have the solution for table 13.1 in page 221 of chapter Photosynthesis In Higher Plants?
What is meant by photo -oxidation in chlorophyll-a ?
In a chloroplast, where do light and dark reactions take place? Am I right in saying that, light reactions take place in the granum and stroma lamella and dark reactions occur in the stroma by using the products of the light reactions? Do cyclic and non-cyclic photo phosphorylation occur simultaneously in all plants?
what is the blackmans law of limiting factors ?
under what condition the affinity of rubp carboxylase for co2 and o2 ncrease ?
What is the significance of C4 Pathway?
NADP IS EQUAL TO HOW MUCH ATP?
FAD IS EQUAL TO HOW MUCH ATP?
FADH2 IS EQUAL TO HOW MUCH ATP?
what is the difference between NADP , NADP+ ,NADPH , NADPH+, NADPH+H
What is d 6 main difference between C3 n C4 cycle??
plzzzz reply fst!!!!
what is red drop
In the experiment conducted by Joseph priestley which was using a candle and plant he would need to rekindle the candle to test whether it burns after a few days.
so i was wondering how the candle could be lighted without disturbing the setup?
its a humble request, so do answer my question.
Even my bio teacher could not answer it!
eagerly waiting for reply. thanku.
what are the disadvantages of photorespiration?????
answer fast plzz
i want to know the structure of mesophyll cells. also where are they located in plants?
what is the difference between C3 and C4 pathway ?
What is the maximium concentration of alcohol in naturally fermented beverages?
How concentrations greater than this are achieved?
which is the most abundant plant pigment in the world ?
why C4 plant is more productive than C3 plant??
what is z scheme
How to calculate the RF value in leaf chromatography?
can you name some other parts where photosynthesis occur?
can u say that there is a complete one to one overlap between the absorption spectrum of chlorophyll a and action spectrum of photosynthesis?
PLEASE GIVE THE EXACT DEFINITION OF BIOSYNTHETIC PHASE???
why photorespiration is a wasteful product?
the absorption peak of ps1 and ps2 is 700nm and 680 nm respectively ,which is close to the wavelength of red light .then why is the rate of photosynthesis highest in blue light which has a wavelength of aroung 450nm.? pls exlain.
In the equation of PHOTOSYNTHESIS, why 12 molecules of water as substrate are used?
why red light is more effective in photosynthesis?
what is photophosphorylation ? explain the 2 ways this mechanism occuring in the choloroplast ?
Why ATP and NADPH2 are called assimilatory power?????????
There is a clear division of labour within the chloroplast.
pls explain this sentence. i m unable to undersand.
1. Cell type in which initial carboxylation reaction occurs in C3 and C4 plants.?
OPTIONS: a) mesophyll
b) bundle sheath
c) both a) and b)
2. how many cell types does leaf have that fix CO2 in C3 and C4 plants?
a) two : bundle sheath and mesophyll
b) one : mesophyll
c) three : bundle sheath, palisade mesophyll, spongy mesophyll
can someone pls give me the solutions to table 13.1 in NCERT, pg 221, chp - photosynthesis in higher plants..
what is ATPase ? and wht is f1? and f0 ?
what is it for?
photosystem - PS1 ,PS2
how many ATP and NADPH will be required to make one molecule of glucose through Calvin Pathway
give ultrastructure of chloroplast & explain the significance of photosynthesis?
What are the components of bile juice? What are the 2 major role it plays in the process of digestion?
dear meritnation experts ,
1.when do chloroplasts align themselves along walls of mesophyll cells?
when are they perpendicular to incident light ?
2.where are the protons and oxygen formed during spliting of water likely to be released ?lumen or outside the membrane ?
3.calling biosynthetic phase is a misnomer.comment
4.answers to table13.1 on page221 in biology class 11 ncert textbook.
What is NAD and why it is called "universal hydrogen acceptor"????
what is the difference between c3 and c4 plants???how is this difference caused??
how are protons prsnt in stroma of chloroplast ?????
what is the difference between calvin cycle and hatch-slack cycle.??
difference between C3 and C4 cycle.?
Wgat is the starting material for Kreb's cycle?
describe the 3 stages of calvin cycle highlighting the role of rubisco
what is the difference between NADH and NADPH and also NAD+ and NADP+ ?
Why it is necessary to protect chlorophyll-a from photo-oxidation process ?
Describe C4 pathway of photosynthesis. How is this pathway an adaptive advantage to the plant ?
i did not understand why CO2 concentration is more of a limiting factor for C3 plants. ??
how can we explain that photorespiration is a wasteful process?
CAN U EXPLAIN WHY 12 MOLECULES OF WATER AS SUBSTRATE ARE USED IN THE EQUATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS?
explain c4 pathway ?
would you please explain the C4 cycle in a simple way
rubisco is an enzyme acts both as carboxylasa and oxygenase. Explain
plz give me the full forms of :
1.RUBISCO 2.PEPCO 3. ATP 4. PEP 5.3-PGA
ANSWER FAST PLLLLLLZZZ
how is photo-oxidation harmful to plants?
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