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Which organisms are capable of cellular respiration?
a) Autotrophs b) Heterotrophs c) Both autotrophs and heterotrophs d) Impossible to tell
Which organisms are capable of photosynthesis?
a) Plants b) Animals c) Fungi d) Both plants and fungi
Which organisms are capable of photosynthesis?
a) Autotrophs b) Heterotrophs c) Both autotrophs and heterotrophs d) Neither autotrophs nor heterotrophs
Which organisms are capable of cellular respiration?
a) Plants b) Animals c) Both plants and animals d) Neither plants nor animals
Cellular respiration takes place in which eukaryotic organelle?
a) Cytoplasm b) Mitochondria c) Chloroplast d) Ribosome
Photosynthesis takes place in which eukaryotic organelle?
a) Cytoplasm b) Mitochondria c) Chloroplast d) Ribosome
Which of the following best describes the overall purpose of cellular respiration?
a) To use energy from the sun to produce oxygen. b) To use energy from the sun to produce food (glucose). c) To break down food (glucose) in order to produce energy (ATP). d) To take in oxygen in order to be able to produce energy (ATP).
Which of the following best describes the overall purpose of photosynthesis?
a) To use energy from the sun to produce oxygen. b) To use energy from the sun to produce food (glucose). c) To break down food (glucose) in order to produce energy (ATP). d) To take in oxygen in order to be able to produce energy (ATP).
In which part of the chloroplast does the light dependent reaction take place?
a) Stroma b) Thylakoid c) Grana d) Matrix
In which part of the chloroplast does the light independent reaction take place?
a) Stroma b) Thylakoid c) Grana d) Matrix
What is another name for the Light Independent Reaction of photosynthesis?
a) Glycolysis b) Krebs Cycle c) Citric Acid Cycle d) Calvin Cycle
In which part of the cell does glycolysis take place?
a) Mitochondria b) Cytoplasm c) Chloroplast d) Nucleus
In which part of the mitochondria does the Krebs Cycle, or Citric Acid Cycle, take place?
a) Stroma b) Inner membrane c) Matrix d) Cytoplasm
In which part of the mitochondria does the electron transport chain take place?
a) Stroma b) Inner membrane c) Matrix d) Cytoplasm
How many ATP are produced TOTAL during the entire process of cellular respiration?
a) 2 b) 34 c) 38 d) 46
Which of the following best explains the connection between photosynthesis and cellular respiration?
a) They are the exact same processes. b) What one process produces, the other process uses. c) They are both used to produce energy. d) They are in no way connected.
What are the reactants of photosynthesis and therefore the products of cellular respiration?
a) Glucose and Oxygen b) Carbon Dioxide, Oxygen and Energy c) Oxygen and Water d) Carbon Dioxide, Water and Energy
What are the products of photosynthesis and therefore also the reactants of cellular respiration?
a) Glucose and Oxygen b) Carbon Dioxide, Oxygen and Energy c) Oxygen and Water d) Carbon Dioxide, Water and Energy
Why is glycolysis considered an ANAEROBIC process?
a) It takes place in the presence of oxygen. b) It does not produce any ATP. c) It takes place in the absence of oxygen. d) It occurs outside of the mitochondria.
If oxygen is unavailable, the Krebs Cycle and the Electron Transport Chain cannot be utilized to produce energy. In this scenario, what would happen following glycolysis?
a) Photosynthesis b) Osmosis c) Fermentation d) Calvin Cycle
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