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What does ATP stand for?
a) Adenine Triple Power b) Adenosine TriPhosphate c) Adenine TriPhosphate d) Adenosine TriPhosphorus
Cells have only a small amount of ATP on hand at any given time. Why is this true?
a) It is not true. Cells have a great deal of ATP on hand at all times. b) ATP is efficient for transferring, but not for long-term storage of energy. c) It is not true. Cells do not use ATP at all. d) ATP releases so much energy that only small amounts are necessary.
Organisms, like plants, that make their own energy are referred to as _______________.
a) heterotrophs b) autotrophs c) omnitrophs d) monotrophs
Organisms that obtain their energy from the foods the consume are referred to as ______.
a) heterotrophs b) autotrophs c) omnitrophs d) monotrophs
A single molecule of ______ can store ______ energy than a single molecule of ATP.
a) glucose; no more b) galactose; 60 times less c) glucose; 30 times more d) glucose; 90 times more
When is energy released from an ATP molecule?
a) when the bond between the adenine and ribose is broken b) when the bond between the 1st and 2nd phosphate is formed c) when the bond between the adenine and glucose is formed d) when the bond between the 2nd and 3rd phosphate is broken
How can ADP can be transformed into ATP?
a) adding energy and another ribose b) removing energy and a phosphate group c) adding energy and a phosphate group d) removing adenine
Plants obtain the energy needed to produce food from:
a) soil b) water c) light (usually sunlight) d) fertilizer
Energy from ATP is NOT necessary for
a) osmosis b) active transport c) muscle contractions d) protein synthesis
ATP is necessary for living things because it
a) tastes good. b) speeds up biochemical processes. c) is the basic energy source for all cells. d) is the food for all cells.
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