Photosynthesis - basic concepts about how plants make sugar

Created March 2020, Offline version here
Video by Paul Anderson, also on his website Bozeman Science.


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1. A storage molecule for carbon in CAM plants
2. Molecule that contributes electrons in photosynthesis
3. Enzyme that joins ribulose with carbon dioxide
4. Process by which carbon dioxide passes into a leaf
5. A type of organism that can photosynthesize.
6. Process that creates the molecule G3P
7. Type of plants that open stomata at night
8. Abbreviation for ribulose
9. Waste product of photosynthesis
10. Occurs when there is limited carbon dioxide
11. Glucose, fructose, maltose
12. Water and carbon dioxide
13. Facilitates carbon dioxide into the Calvin Cycle.
14. What occurs when a stomata on a leaf is left open
15. An environmental variable that caused CAM plants to evolutionarily diverge from C3 plants.
16. The location where water transpiration occurs on a plant leaf
17. A six carbon sugar
18. Light’s role in photosynthesis
19. The limiting molecule that triggers photorespiration.
20. An element that the Calvin Cycle builds upon.