The Light-Dependent Reaction

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S N Q K O P P P W H X E D P V E V C J W P
M A P I Q L H P L P O N G D J A M K D N D
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  • A network of .... in the grana hold the chlorophyll in a precise manner for max absorption of light - a network of what? (8)
  • A series of ... reactions pass electrons along a number of electron carriers - what kind of reactions? (5)
  • Do electrons gain or lose energy as they move along the electron transfer chain? (4)
  • Electron carriers form a transfer chain that is located where? (9, 9)
  • In the making of ATP, having lost electrons, the chlorophyll molecule has been...? (8)
  • Protons produced in the photolysis of water are taken up by electron carriers called...? (4)
  • The process of splitting water into protons, electrons and oxygen is called what? (10)
  • What is the name of the process where the movement of protons across a membrane generates ATP? (12)
  • When a chlorophyll molecule absorbs light energy, electrons are raised to a higher energy level - what kind of state are they said to be in? (7)
  • When a substance combines with oxygen, the process is called...? (9)

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