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# How photosynthetic pigments are harvested and used ''in vivo'' in converting light energy to chemical energy
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# How the photosynthetic pigment chlorophylla is used ''in vivo'' in converting light energy to chemical energy
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# How to extract, separate, measure, and analyze photosynthetic pigments
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# How to use an artificial electron acceptor to measure an aspect of photosynthesis ''in vitro''  
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# How to investigate a variable that might affect the rate of electron transport in photosynthesis
# How to investigate a variable that might affect the rate of electron transport in photosynthesis

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Wellesley College

BISC110/112- Introduction to Cell Biology- Fall 2011

   

Series 3 - Photosynthesis (Labs 8-10) Objectives:

In this series of three weeks of experiments you will learn:

  1. How the photosynthetic pigment chlorophylla is used in vivo in converting light energy to chemical energy
  2. How to use an artificial electron acceptor to measure an aspect of photosynthesis in vitro
  3. How to investigate a variable that might affect the rate of electron transport in photosynthesis
  4. How to write an original scientific research report


Lab 8: Taster Data Analysis & Photosynthesis 1
Lab 9: The Hill Reaction
Lab 10: Variables Affecting the Hill Reaction


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