Name: ________________________________________ Date: ___11/25/14_____ AP Biology Quiz 1 Q2 The Thanksgiving Quiz… This quiz is to give thanks to all of our photoautotrophic friends for providing us with organic molecules rich in highenergy electrons as well as the molecular oxygen required to give these electrons a place to fall back to in order to produce ATP that will allow us to accelerate our mass in order to surf endlessly on our Facebook and Instagram accounts. You are an electron (tell the story as if you are the electron!) in a water molecule in the atmosphere. Describe your adventure as you rain down from above, get picked up by a plant and work your way through photosynthesis and cellular respiration back to a different water molecule in the same atmosphere. You must also explain how your good friend ATP gets made thanks to your adventure. In addition, draw two figures showing the overall reactions of (A) photosynthesis and (B) cellular respiration. Each must show electron flow and be labeled similar to how it was shown on the board in class (check your awesome notes!). The figures should be referred to when you write the story. MAKE SURE YOU EXPLAIN EVERYTHING…WHY ARE YOU, THE ELECTRON, MOVING? WHERE DID THE ABILITY TO ACCELERATE COME FROM? WHERE IS IT GOING? WHY DOES THIS STEP REQUIRE ENERGY, ETC… The following terms must be included everywhere that is appropriate, and in proper context within your answer. If I cannot tell that you know what the word means then I cannot give you credit Oxidized, reduced, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, chloroplast, thylakoid disc, grana, thylakoid membrane, stroma, mitochondria, matrix, inner mitochondrial membrane, cytosol, glycolysis, Krebs, ETC, Grooming, Light reactions, Dark reactions, Calvin cycle, electronegativity, electrophilic, light, kinetic energy, potential energy, affinity, ADP, P, ATP, exergonic, endergonic, energy coupling, ATP synthase, oxidative phosphorylation, chlorophyll (P680), chlorophyll+(P680+), photosystems, potential energy, kinetic energy.