photosynthesis | Importance, Process, & Reactions - Proteins
Enzymes and protein complexes needed in photosynthesis
At temperatures over 40oC enzymes involved in the process are increasingly destroyed, so photosynthesis slows down and eventually stops because the photosynthesis enzymes are destroyed.
enzymes - photosynthesis of succinyl coenzyme a …
Whats the point? So what, we can make mathmatical models of enzyme reactions driving photosynthesis. Why do you think we should care about all of this? (If you are having trouble I suggest you take a deep breath!)
Enzymes/Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration - …
In photosynthetic organisms, the light energy drives the of . Much of the energy is used to reduce the coenzyme NADP+ to form , thereby raising it to a higher energy state. The energy of NADPH is then used in the as a part of the process of carbohydrate synthesis.
Enzymes and Photosynthesis Mindmap
These intermediates are characterized by their resistance to so that they can operate in higher temperatures and dryer environments than . At right, the ranges of CO2 compensation points for the three types of plants are shown. These compensation points are the values at which the plants cease to provide net photosynthesis.
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The drawback to C4 photosynthesis is the extra energy in the form of that is used to pump the 4-carbon acids to the bundle sheath cell and the pumping of the 3-carbon compound back to the mesophyll cell for conversion to PEP. This loss to the system is why C3 plants will outperform C4 plants if there is a lot of water and sun. The C4 plants make some of that energy back in the fact that the rubisco is optimally used and the plant has to spend less energy synthesizing rubisco.