“Perfume” by Patrick Suskind: Cultural and Contextual Considerations of the Work Essay

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Chloroplast is mainly responsible for photosynthesis in plants or algae.
Cyanobacteria can carry out Photosynthesis
Water light and CO2 for PS
Red and blue for PS
Chlorophyll appears green because of red and blue light, green is what we see.
Organic molecule + 6O2 → 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy (ATP and heat) (AEROBIC)
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FADH+) are enzymes found in most cells of the body. These molecules have the ability to accept and donate electrons resulting in the ability to shuttle (i.e., transport) electrons around the cell.
Celluar respiration supplies the ATP for aerobic orgasnims.
Mitochondria used for respiration
ATP is broken down to ADP and a phosphate
Cells build NADGH by attaching an H toa NAD cellular respiration:
The carbon-containing molecules used as cellular fuel are broken down and converted to carbon dioxide (CO2).
Electrons and hydrogen ions (H+) are produced as sugar is broken down and energy is harvested; oxygen (O2) combines with these byproducts to produce water (H2O).
The energy released when carbon-containing molecules are broken down is captured and used to generate ATP molecules; some energy is also lost as heat.
In eukaryotes, the breakdown of sugar begins in the cytoplasm (cytosol), while the consumption of oxygen and the generation of CO2 and ATP synthesis happen inside specialized membrane-bound organelles called mitochondria. Respiration is a complex catabolic