1. Which purified photosystem can function ina test tube independently under continuous
light and why?
2. How can the linear electron transfer happen in thylakoid membranes with photosystem l
and II located in different areas?
3. What does chloroplast produce under continuous light?
4. Suggest change that can be made to plants through genetic engineering to make
them photosynthetically more efficient.
5. Suggest change the can be made to photosystem I through protein engineering to make
it more efficient in producing NADPH molecules.
6. Why was an artificial quninone added to measure the oxygen activity of thylakoid
7. Whatdo the following images show?
Phosphorylation STN7 and STN8 kinases
Assembly of OEC
D1 protein damage
Dephosphorylation by PBCP
Targeting fDI nascent
chain to cpSecY translocon by cpSRP54
Protection PSII donor side
Co-translational insertion DI protein
Ligation of cofactors
Thiol-based regulation of
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1. Which purified photosystem can function in a test tube independently under continuous light and why? Photosystem II can function in a test tube independently under continuous light. The products from photosystem II are used for photosystem I. This transparently shows that photosystem I doesn’t function on its own....