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Destroyer BIO # 50 - How so?

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by STACM, Jun 21, 2008.

  1. STACM

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    For the answer in destroyer BIO #50, it says "ATP production does not need light." But from my understanding ATP comes from the light reaction...so how does this make sense?
     
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  3. harrygt

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    Is this section talking about photosynthesis or cell respiration?
     
  4. STACM

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    photosynthesis
     
  5. STACM

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    also, for the answer on #306, it says "ATP is produced during the light reactions of photosynthesis" and "3 things about the light reaction...a) ATP is produced"
     
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    That isn't one of the choices in my version of the destroyer. What edition do you have? I have the December 2007.
     
  7. STACM

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    April 2008
     
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    he is refering to the solutions part....
     
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    I am confused about that one too, just found it in the 2008 edition, any ideas, is it a mistake??

    may be if you look at the sentence directly before the one you posted,it says"a high concentration of H+ ions, which are used to make ATP" may be he wants to direct your attention to the fact that direct ATP production is from the high H+ concentration not light, that's as close as i can get, otherwise don't know why, anyone??
     
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