Angel_Kitty12
  • Angel_Kitty12
Anyone good in biology? I'm stuck on two questions and have gotten no help so far.
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katieb
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MD152727
  • MD152727
Yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
YES what is your question
Angel_Kitty12
  • Angel_Kitty12
ALL EXCEPT which of the following are present in both the light-dependent and light-independent reactions? A. ATP B. NADPH C. ADP D. rubisco E. NADP+ And Which of the following has the most energy? A. PGA B. RuBP C. PGAL D. Glucose E. rubisco Please help I'm confused.

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MD152727
  • MD152727
:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
The 2nd one would most likely be D. i don't really know how to explain why
MD152727
  • MD152727
confusing, I am in 9th garde
Angel_Kitty12
  • Angel_Kitty12
The second I might get why but the first ones really got me stuck
MD152727
  • MD152727
https://quizlet.com/30179694/photosynthesis-study-guide-flash-cards/
anonymous
  • anonymous
light DEPENDENT - water are converted into ATP and NADPH (electron carriers) light INDEPENDENT eaction takes the energy and electron carriers from the previous reaction and uses them to turn carbon dioxide into glucose
MD152727
  • MD152727
The 7th one may help
Angel_Kitty12
  • Angel_Kitty12
Thank you both!

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