Welcome to your CIE A2 Photosynthesis The light independant reaction of photosynthesis uses _____________ from the light dependant reaction to form a ___________. Carbon dioxide, simple sugar Oxygen, simple sugar Reduced NADP, simple sugar Simple sugar, reduced NADPSelect the incorrect pair from the following. Chlorophyll a: red-green Chlorophyll b: blue-green β carotene: orange Xanthophyll: yellowWhich of the following is not a C4 plant? Rice Sorghum Maize Sugar caneWhich of the following is absent in stroma? Lipid droplets Small (70S) ribosomes Starch grains Smooth ERWhich is not a limiting factor of photosynthesis? Carbon dioxide concentration Light intensity Speed of wind TemperatureSelect the correct statement regarding light dependant reaction of photosynthesis. This takes place only in the presence of suitable pigments. Splitting of water by photolysis gives out oxygen and an electron. Oxygen is given out in this reaction as a byproduct. Photophosphorylation of ADP to ATP is always cyclic.The principle which shows that isolated chloroplasts have 'reducing power' and liberates oxygen from water in the presence of an oxidising agent is: Hill reaction Second law of thermodynamics Chemosynthesis Capillary actionWhich enzyme catalyzes the above reaction? Rubisco Phosphokinase Hydrolase ReductaseChoose the correct order of words to fill in the blanks. In the light independant reaction of photosynthesis, the production of ATP involves ________ transfer associated with the transfer of electrons down the electron transfer chain and passage of _______ across _________ membranes and is catalysed by ATP ________ embedded in these membranes (chemiosomotic theory). Protons,electron,synthase,chloroplast Electron,chloroplast,protons,synthase Protons,electron,chloroplast,synthase Electron,protons,chloroplast,synthaseAnswer the following 2 questions with regard to light independant reaction of photosynthesis. Which molecule is formed when Carbon dioxide reacts with RuBP? Two molecules of glycerate 3-phosphate (GP) One molecule of triose phosphate Two molecules of triose phosphate One molecule of glycerate 3-phosphate (GP)Time is Up!