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Photosynthesis

Why is it important? Who/what does this process? Who uses the products? What is the formula? What are the three main steps?
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Kyle West

on 21 April 2010

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Photosynthesis So, why is it important? The energy from the sun must be converted to a usable form. So we can have FOOD! How can energy be converted? Okay, maybe that makes sense, but who's gonna do it? Plants Algae And... Bacteria How do they do it? Complex Processes I guess oxygen is kind of important for most living organsims too... Photosynthetic organisms use... What's the formula for the process? Describing it in three steps would be the best method. If you were to put it into steps, how many would there be, and what would they be? Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Solar energy must be captured and transferred to electrons. Captured solar energy is used to make ATP and transfers high-energy electrons to NADP. This yields NADPH, which is then used as a high-energy electron carrier molecule. Use of energy stored in ATP and high-energy electrons carried by NADPH, energy-rich organic molecules, such as glucose, come from CO2. Well thanks for your help. It makes much more sense now!
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