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The organelle where photosynthesis occurs is the
a) ribosome b) mitochondria c) chloroplast d) nucleus
If photosynthesis was interrupted, there would be an immediate effect on the release of
a) chlorophyll b) nitrogen c) carbon dioxide d) oxygen
Eating a sweet potato provides energy for human processes. Which is the original source of that energy?
a) protein in the potato b) starch absorbed by the potato plant c) the sun through photosynthesis d) vitamins and minerals in the soil
If a black paper was covering both sides of a leaf, which hypothesis would most likely be tested?
a) light is needed for the process of reproduction b) glucose is not synthesized by plants in the dark c) protein synthesis takes place in the leaves d) plants need fertilizers for proper growth
What are two reactants of photosynthesis?
a) glucose and oxygen b) glucose and carbondioxide c) carbondioxide and water d) carbon dioxide and oxygen
The opening in the leaf for gas exchange is called the
a) mitochondria b) chloroplast c) guard cells d) stomate
The loss of water from the leaf is called
a) transpiration b) evaporation c) condensation d) respiration
Regulates the size of the stomate
a) mitochondria b) guard cell c) ribosome d) chloroplast
Products of photosynthesis are recycled in nature for for
a) photosythesis b) respiration c) transpiration d) evaporation
Photosynthesis is done by
a) plants only b) animals only c) both plants and animals d) all living organisms
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