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Photosynthesis takes place in the
a) cell membrane. b) chloroplast. c) cell's solar panel. d) vacuoles.
Plants use sunlight to produce carbohydrates during the process of
a) diffusion. b) active transport. c) cellular respiration. d) photosynthesis.
Materials plants use to make glucose are
a) carbon dioxide and water. b) lipids and oxygen. c) sugar and water. d) oxygen and sugar,
A pigment used for photosynthesis is
a) chloroplast. b) chlorophyll. c) ultraviolet light d) beta carotene
Energy is stored in a molecule called
a) H2O b) ATP c) light energy d) DNA
The process during which glucose is changed into a form of energy is called
a) ATP. b) diffusion. c) photosynthesis. d) cellular respiration
Cellular respiration takes place in the
a) vacuoles. b) cell membrane. c) environment outside of a cell. d) mitochondria.
Cellular respiration and breathing are
a) not related. b) the same process. c) related. d) part of photosynthesis.
Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are connected because
a) they occur only in animals. b) the reactants in cellular respiration are the products in photosynthesis. c) both occur in the chloroplast. d) animals produce the glucose that plants use for photosynthesis.
The function of the root system is to
a) make food using sunlight. b) support the body of the plant. c) to carry water. d) collect water and minerals.
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