# two page paper visual culture

• Read Sturken and Cartwright (Chapter 10 pp. 389–397).
• Think: Not only is art involved in commercial sales and commodities, but it is intrinsic in science and technology. How many of our medical technologies rely on visual imaging? What would our lives be like if news programming did not have access to images?
• Prepare a two-page paper to debate the value of teaching visual literacy to primary and secondary students. Discuss the pro and con positions for this debate. Defend your final stance on the topic. Be sure to include ideas from several of the units through this course to justify your stance.

Data  Analysis

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Data  Analysis  1:  Metabolism  &  Energy

Graph  the  following  limiting  factors  of  photosynthesis  (3  graphs)  and  answer  the
application  and  analysis  questions  that  follow.

Rate  of  Photosynthesis:  CO2  uptake

[mmol/(m2s)]
CO2  concentration  (ppm)

0   0
10.5   100
12   300
12.75   500
14.25   700
15   900
15   1100

Rate  of

Photosynthesis:
CO2  uptake
[mmol/(m2s)]

Photosynthesis:
CO2  uptake
[mmol/(m2s)]

-­5.0   0   18.5   6
0   1   19.2   7
5.0   2   19.6   8
10.0   3   19.8   9
15.0   4   20.0   10
17.0   5   20.0   11

Rate  of
Photosynthesis:
CO2  uptake
[mmol/(m2s)]

Temperature  (◦C)   Rate  of
Photosynthesis:
CO2  uptake
[mmol/(m2s)]

Temperature  (◦C)

11.0   10   14.0   40
15.0   15   12.0   45
18.0   20   7.0   50
18.5   25   2.0   55
20.2   30   0   60
19.0   35

Analysis  Questions:
1.   Infer   what   the   rate   of   photosynthesis   would   if   the   concentration   of   carbon   dioxide
continued  to  rise  to  2000  ppm.  Why  do  you  believe  this  to  be  true?  Defend  your  answer!

2.  Based  on  the  data  and  the  shape  of  the  graph,  describe  the  effect  that  irradiance  (light
intensity)  has  on  the  rate  of  photosynthesis.
3.  Suggest  why  you  believe   that   the  rate  of  CO2  uptake  has  a  negative  value  at  zero
4.   Based   upon   this   data   do   you   believe   that   there   is   an   optimum   temperature   that
maximizes  photosynthesis?  If  so,  what  is  that  temperature?
5.  What  explanation  can  be  drawn  for  the  shape  of  the  curve?  How  can  you  explain  the

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