The cell cycle
Sugars are made.
Energy is captured.
Chlorophyll is pumped.
Carbon dioxide is formed.
A chain of photosynthetic proteins located in the stroma
A collection of enzymes used to make ADP
A series of proteins located in the thylakoid membrane
A group of enzymes that carries energy to the Calvin cycle
Carbon dioxide enters the Calvin cycle and sugars are made.
Water is broken down and oxygen is released.
NADPH is produced and transferred to photosystem I.
Electrons are energized and used to pump H+ ions.
The photosystems produce ATP synthase for the Calvin cycle.
The photosystems transfer hydrogen ions and carbon dioxide to the Calvin cycle.
The photosystems transfer energy to the Calvin cycle through ATP and NADPH.
The photosystems build sugars with the carbon dioxide produced by the Calvin cycle.
Plants use oxygen to make simple sugars.
Chlorophyll builds sugars in the thylakoid membrane.
Light breaks down water molecules and releases carbon dioxide.
Chloroplasts absorb sunlight and store chemical energy.
Capture and transfer energy.
Release carbon dioxide.
Form water molecules.
Carbon dioxide and water
Glucose and oxygen
Water and glucose
Carbon dioxide and oxygen