If I am wearing a bright red shirt and I take into account light and pigments why would the shirt appear red to someone?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 5:08 pm ad1c9bdddf
The pigments in the shirt can be related to the pigments in photosynthesis.
<br>If the visible portion of the light spectrum is divided into thirds, the predominant colors are red, yellow and blue. These three colors are considered the primary colors of the visible light spectrum. A pigment is a molecule that absorbs certain wavelengths and ...
Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis Question
Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis co-exist as paired processes. Photosynthesis converts light energy into organic molecules such as carbohydrates. These molecules are picked up and utilized as fuel sources in organisms that employ Cellular Respiration for production of ATP and CO2.
Although it appears that Photosynthesis has preceded Cellular Respiration by billions of years, the processes share many structural features. Utilize the library, Internet, and any other resources available to complete the following:
Create a table comparing and contrasting the two processes. Include in your comparison variables such as organism type, energy source, cellular location, substrates/reactants/products, full and balanced chemical reaction, carrier molecules, and any other parameter you find relevant.
Apart from its essential role in cellular respiration, the mitochondrion is thought to be implicated in a variety of disease states as well as the process of aging. The mitochondrion contains its own circular DNA molecule(s) (termed mtDNA) which largely encodes for proteins localized to the mitochondrion itself. Please provide a hypothesis and suggest an experiment to test the relationship between mtDNA and human aging. Propose a direction for future research and drug development for targeting mtDNA to combat the ageing process.
Please submit your assignment.
Objective: Explain the processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
Identify plant and animal cell structure and functions.
Describe the relationship between chemistry and the characteristics of living things.
Understand human organ systems and their basic functions.
Apply critical thinking skills to the content of the course.