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Electrons in pigment molecules become excited:
a) when light strikes a thylakoid b) during the Calvin cycle c) during light-independent reactions d) when water molecules are broken down
Which of the following is NOT part of cellular respiration?
a) electron transport chain b) Calvin cycle c) Krebs cycle d) glycolysis
Photosynthesis organisms get energy from:
a) inorganic substances b) heterotrophs c) autotrophs d) light
Which of the following correctly sequences the flow of energy
a) bacteria, fungus, rabbit b) sun, hawk, mouse c) sun, grass, rabbit, fox d) bacteria, sun, flower, deer
ATP molecules
a) produce NADPH b) help a plant produce carbon dioxide c) can both store energy and provide it for metabolic reactions d) contain five phosphate groups
In glycolysis
a) aerobic processes occur b) glucose is produced c) four ADP molecules are produced d) four ATP molecules are produced
Which of the following environmental factors does NOT directly influence the rate of photosynthesis
a) light intensity b) temperature c) cabon dioxide concentration d) oxygen concentration
Carbon dioxide fixation in the Calvin cycle requires
a) ATP and NADPH b) ATP and oxygen c) ADP and NADPH d) ATP and NADP+
When this gas is available, aerobic respiration follows glycolysis
a) carbon dioxide b) water vapor c) hydrogen d) oxygen
6CO2 + 6H2O > C6H12O6 + 6O2 is the equation for the overall process of
a) cellular respiration b) the Krebs Cycle c) the Calvin Cycle d) photosynthesis
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