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Energy is made in
a) mitochondria b) chloroplasts c) mitochondria and chloroplasts d) none of the choices
Nearly all of the energy that fuels life comes from
a) water b) the sun c) food d) air
The process of using sunlight, carbon dioxide and water to make food is called
a) photosynthesis b) cellular respiration c) photo respiration d) fermentation
Chloroplasts
a) are an organelle containing chlorophyll b) are found in the organelle chlorophyll c) are green because they have a pigment called beta-carotene d) two of the choices
Animal cells get their food through
a) photosynthesis b) cellular respiration c) fermentation d) two of the choices
_____________ is the process by which cells break down food to make energy.
a) photosynthesis b) cellular respiration c) photo respiration d) none of the choices
What does breathing do?
a) brings oxygen to your cells so cellular respiration can happen b) brings carbon dioxide to your cells so cellular respiration can happen c) takes oxygen from your cells so cellular respiration can happen d) allows anaerobic respiration to take place
In yeast fermentation produces _______, while in bacteria fermentation produces_______.
a) alcohol; lactic acid b) lactic acid; alcohol c) stomach acid; alcohol d) alcohol; stomach acid
Cellular respiration is also called
a) aerobic respiration because oxygen is needed b) anaerobic respiration because oxygen is needed c) aerobic respiration because oxygen isn't needed d) anaerobic respiration because oxygen isn't needed
Cellular respiration is like burning fuel in that
a) fuel combines with oxygen in the air to produce carbon dioxide, water, and energy b) fuel combines with oxygen in the air to produce carbon dioxide, oxygen, and energy c) fuel combines with carbon dioxide in the air to produce oxygen, water, and energy d) fuel combines with carbon dioxide in the air to produce carbon dioxide, oxygen, and energy
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