Last Modified: 2011-10-16
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Spindle fibers appear
Sister chromatids pulled to opposite poles by fibers
Pulled to opposite poles by spindle fibers
Contain one copy of each chromosome and one allele of each gene
Each cell is unique, thanks to crossing over
Waste products; water and carbon dioxide
waste products; organic compounds
Water molecules are split, ATP & NADPH are formed and oxygen is released
Only ATP is products
Takes place in the stroma
Involves the Calvin-Benson Cycle
(starts with RuBP and that gets regenerated)
CO2 is fixed to form four-carbon oxaloacetate
Ocaloacetate is transferred to bundle-sheath cells (surround veins of leaves)
CO2 is released & fixed again in Calvin-Benson cycle
At NIGHT, CO2 is fixed to form organic acids
During the DAY, CO2 is released & fixed in Calvin cycle
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