What is an organism called that creates it's own energy?
What is the full name and structure of ATP?
What makes ATP a good store of energy for living organisms?
What are redox reactions and why are they useful in organisms?
What is the overall equation for photosynthesis?
Draw and label a chloroplast. For each structure within it state which part of the reaction occurs there.
Describe the structure and function of chlorophyll
Describe-explain and draw diargams
Photosynthesis- light independent
Describe, explain, diagrams
Where does each stage occur?
Describe Melvin Calvin's experiment and how it led to the discrovery of the biochemical pathway.
Primary succession- What does it start from?
Seconday succession- what's the difference?
Ecosystems- sudying ecosystems
Name at least 3 techniques and methods for studying ecosystems. For each one discuss what type of environment it is used for, what type of organisms, how it works and any limitations.
Ecosystems- abiotic/abiotic factors
Detail how and why each of these impacts on an ecosystem.
Currents Water availability
Oxygen Edaphic factors
Predation Finding mates
Inter-specific competion Intraspecific competition
Ecosystems- energy transfer
What is the GPP?
What is the NPP?
What is the interaction between the two?
What affects both NPP and GPP?
How does energy flow through an ecosystem? (diagrams)